where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 1, 2015 § 23 Comments
on the August lawn
Tagged: clouds, fields, grass, house, landscape, lawn, lounge, luxuriate, mowed field, summer
So lusciously green!
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Oh god yes – summer lolled. You have definitely captured it here so simply. Love this piece. —Chagall
Thanks so much Chagall
Great leading lines and color, Seedbud. Good work, again!
Thanks. It was a spectacular early morning.
Really superb! I love your posts!
lulled, law, luxuriating – excellent
Trade you some of our burnt gold for that beautiful luscious green!?
Beautiful, wonderful, magnificent! 🙂
Peaceful view on a beautiful day.
Very beautiful photo and view!
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Oh how beautiful, Catherine! After weeks of 100+ temps, things here are taking on their dead, brown look. 🙂 ❤
I hope things cool off for you soon. It’s been hot here – but very humid and lots of thunderstorms and rain – so our “green mountains” remain green. xo
Water restrictions where I live, even watering a car is not allowed, one must go to a car wash that has a recycling of the water system.
Enjoy it while you can, because it really is delightful to see so much green.
Wow this is so beautiful 🙂
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