Friday, June 19, 2009

Summer


In summer, the song sings itself. ~William Carlos Williams

12 comments:

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Oh how I long for this bit of joy. We have had so much rain that I think I will just sit here and look at your fabulous picture. I need this right now. thanks so much! Hee hee hee!

James Oh said...

Thanks for sharing your fabulous photo, which is really add color to our lives.

Diana Evans said...

amazing how a sunset can make us feel....wonderful photo!!!

Hugs
Diana

Devika said...

Oh i missed quite a few...i mean to reach on time,

Summer is much sought for in the west...for us, it is killing! :)

But William Carlos Williams....His "Red Wheelbarrow" has amazed me no end...and many other poems :)

wishes,
devika

Peter Breese said...

So beautiful. I'm reminded how much I miss the open vistas of the West. Now living in a densely wooded place, the sky is often blocked - though it is pretty in another way ;)

Alina Chau said...

beautiful!

Cergie said...

The sun seems to slip into silk sheets. So red, so grey, so black...
One of my summer pleasures is to hear the blackbird whistling whereas the sun is already away and the darkness not yet here.

get zapped said...

Vanessa- I will send some sun your way, believe it or not from the normally wet PNW. Happy Summer!

James- it's very much my pleasure!

Diana- so true!!

Devika- so much depends on the sight from within...tha'ts of my favs too.

Peter- yes, it's a pleasure to have open space. It's more so here in the winter as summer fills up the space with greenery. Enjoy your special place :)

Alina- :)

Cergie-oh, you described summer so well!

yoon see said...

Such beautiful radiant red:)
I love it!

humanobserver said...

what a beautiful photo !

studio lolo said...

the first time I ever heard of WCW was when i was asked to illustrate "The Red Wheelbarrow." I enjoyed the poem and the image it evoked.

Wonderful summery shot. serene beauty ;)

soulbrush said...

here in england summer is overrated, we never actually get one...tee hee