Morning light

by | Feb 7, 2012 | Uncategorized | 4 comments

 The mornings are cooler now, down at the jetty. I’m noticing the diminishing light now that we’ve reached the half-way point between summer solstice and autumn equinox. But the quality of the light has become magical, bringing new beauty to this familiar spot as the tide laps against the shore.

 No shags on the boat ramp. All is still.
 Silent and empty.
Utter peace.

4 Comments

  1. lifeonthecutoff

    Your photos are pure poetry, Juliet. I continue to appreciate our opposing seasons. The light is changing here as well. Nowhere near spring, yet, there has been a shift – anticipation. Yours is a bright spot to visit on a gloomy northern morning.

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  2. juliet

    Thank you for your kind comment Penny. I’m so glad you can benefit from some of our brightness while your season is in gloom. I’ve enjoyed doing the same in reverse when you have had bright summer days.

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  3. Lynley

    We are so fortunate to live in a land where peace is often on our doorstep even when we live in a city. Your jetty area looks a real haven Juliet.

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  4. juliet

    Thanks Lynley. We are fortunate indeed, and I can’t believe I am less than 10 minutes from the central city.

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