depictions by the rule of thirds; descriptions mostly freestyle words
Posted on 16 Oct 2019
by Laura Bloomsbury
Light breaks where no sun shines~ Dylan Thomas ~
Light breaks where no sun shines
A wind has blown the rain away and blown the sky away … I think, I too, have known autumn too long. e.e.cummings
A wind has blown the rain away and blown the sky away … I think, I too, have known autumn too long.
Half lifted by the rising wind,Half eager for the ungain’d shore,A great green wave of shining lightSweeps onward crowned with dazzling white William Sharp
Half lifted by the rising wind,Half eager for the ungain’d shore,A great green wave of shining lightSweeps onward crowned with dazzling white
Strong winds finally blew the dark clouds away and suddenly there it was – sun, lighting the water, turning the skies blue, at Southbourne beach.
Joining Nancy Merrills’s photo a week challenge: Sun & Water
Category: PhotographyTags: beach, postaday, sea, Southbourne, sun, water, waves
Lovely seascapes Laura
thank you Jude – the blue sky moments were a pleasant end to a very blustery afternoon but we photographers can appreciate the beauty (if wrapped up warm)
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These are beautiful, Laura, so fresh-looking!
many thanks – it was a very fresh afternoon and was quite pleased with these results from my iPhone
Dylan Thomas. We were sheltering from the rain under some very old and substantial milkwood trees. And wondered why he called it Under Milk Wood. Have been digging in Google, apparently named for a London street where he lived.
thank you for that info – I never bothered to enquire assuming somehow it was yet another local area epithet as in Donkey Down, Lovers Lane, Lovers Leap etc
Words and pictures are my world & an interior life is all we can expect right now
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