21 June 2103
Let me know which you prefer and why.
Pens: Today on the East Coast, USA, we celebrate the arrival of summer–true summer by the calendar’s footprints. We head to the beach, laze in hammocks, voraciously read, take road trips, picnic on green swaths, binge on highly-spicy blue crabs, recreate outdoors, and tend (and visit) gardens. We are not deterred, except if the humidity climbs, which it too often does. To all my readers embrace SUMMERTIME, and enjoy.
What could be more exemplary of “The World through my Eyes” at this time of year or any time than Mother Nature mastery. I am driven to revel in the architecture of the natural world.
In the Lens section are three photographs that show her splendor. The first is a spring Siberian iris in its normal regal display. The second is the Brandywine Creek in free form during the aftermath of a heavy rain. The color palette renders a rainbow of hues. The last is a cluster of lichens that give the huge tree a ring of color that drew my attention.
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