tunnel through nature
light to dark to light again
leads me to beauty.
“poetry is the tunnel at the end of the light.”
-j. patrick lewis
northside, ann arbor, michigan, usa
“oh, the summer night, has a smile of light,
and she sits on a sapphire throne.”
huron river, ann arbor, michigan, usa
two grandies reap the benefits of more light,
each in their own way.
“one benefit of summer was that each day we had more light to read by.”
― jeannette walls, The Glass Castle: A Memoir
grandie j, or possibly some huge exotic bird, hidden in plain sight.
“truth is like silhouette, it keeps appearing along with light, it can’t be camouflaged forever.”
moll’s gap –
on the road from kenmare to killarney in county kerry, ireland
happy st. patrick’s day to all.
“to love beauty is to see light.”
photo credit: thanks for the brilliant photo and good company, k. schmidt
and the power is back on at last in my little cottage
how different it looks from yesterday
“things go away to return, brightened for the passage”
― a.r. ammons
image credit: tropical houses – pinterest