Last quarter moon in the first part of the day
Still high in the Eastern sky
The day is beginning to burst
The pond is composed
Bullfrogs as yet to call their mates
The stream across the way
bubbles in contrast to the easy
manner in which her mother rests
Her brother runs faster
Rounding a bend in the road
Gliding over rocks and under
fallen trees who lay across
his banks in a final surrender
Back home a view of our sweet land
Snow hanging on in the back forty
Sunlight kissing the maples and birches
The bonfire pit anxious for a conflagration
And shoots of fresh grass
winning over the sleeping earth
Day 15. I woke up to see the last quarter moon outside my bedroom window. These photos were taken with my phone. Took the easy workout this morning, walking for an hour watching the golden sky light up and taking pictures of pretty places near the homestead.
3 thoughts on “Capturing a New Day”
These are lovely. I love capturing beauty as I walk and making up stories. Your photos are beautiful and your words give it new life.
I give credit to my son for the photos. He actually developed the one of the jetty for himself. It is gorgeous!