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Monday, October 03, 2011

"Fall Sunlight"

During the summer the sunlight invades our yard at dawn and wakes us if we forget to close the shades very tight.  But as the sun moves with the shortening days, the neighbors huge maple trees block it and our yard stays shaded late into the morning.  As you can see, however, it finds its way between the branches and leaves to poke holes of light that shimmer around our yard.   The sun will return at yet a much southern angle as the leaves disappear and the days grow cold and short.  But for now, I'll take the dappled morning sunbeam hellos and enjoy.





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6 comments:

JoeinVegas said...

but everything is still green

Jan n Jer said...

What a lovely yard you have Pamela!

Faye said...

Don't think I'd mind being wakened to these little "winks" of sunlight. I actually leave the upper part of BR curtains open so can see the moon at night and first of sunrise. Your yard is wonderful, Pamela. Bet you'll be sorry when you have to go inside for the winter. Well, except for the mowing, the raking, the digging, the weeding.

grammy said...

beautiful...
words and picture

Intense Guy said...

I like that bird ornament in the pond!

...and the chair turned into the fence... is this the "think about it" corner?

Wendster said...

dappled sunlight is the best sunlight.

:D