Monday, May 20, 2013

Spring Evenings

 
 
 
I didn't do anything to this photo,
it's a natural phenomenon and I
thought it was kind of cool.
 
 
As evidenced
by the sun,
spring has arrived.
 
The evenings lull
me to sleep
with it's chorus
of frogs
singing
and soft breezes blowing.
 
 
The story goes,
"Goodnight, Moon"
but I'm bidding the sun
goodnight.
 
 
 
 
 

 
If the skies remain
clear,
I'll be ready to say
"Hello, Moon!"


21 comments:

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Wow now THAT is an amazing capture...the beauty of Mother Nature.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a neat picture! Glad spring finally showed up. Did you give it a tardy slip?

andy said...

Wow what a great shot wow ! Have a great start to your week !!

Madi and Mom said...

Absolutely gorgeous Jill
You have an eye for just the right scene to be beautiful
Hugs madi and mom

Debbie Jones said...

Beautiful, beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing them with us! Enjoy your week!

Beth said...

The photos are gorgeous!

Lynne said...

Great photos Jill . . . are you enjoying that birthday camera gift!

Scrappy Pink Corner said...

Wow, great shots. Beautiful. TFS> ana

Jackie said...

Beautiful shots Jill!

TexWisGirl said...

really neat! love the purple sunspots!

Donna said...

That's a cool first shot Jill!! Love the look of it...
hughugs

Gloria Hood said...

Cool pic! Keep them coming!

Chatty Crone said...

You covered that beautifully! sandie

Paula said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!

Nancy Claeys said...

Very cool sun flares (I think that's what they are called.)

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Cool! I love the sounds of spring creatures.

Paula said...

Very impressive!

Buttons said...

Very cool Jill. hug B

Debbie said...

so very cool jill, purple might just be my favorite ;)))

Maple Lane said...

Such pretty photos, Jill. Glad to welcome spring!

Catherine said...

Dear Jill, I loved the book Good Night Moon.
Such beautiful evenings and being lulled to sleep by natures chorus.
Beautiful.
It is damp here and just silly weather.
Blessings dear. Catherine xo