You will find truth more quickly through delight than gravity. Let out a little more string on your kite. —Alan Cohen
Yesterday’s highlights: A last-vestiges-of-summer picnic, and a kite that danced in the shimmery clouds at sunset.
This, at the tail end of a decades-long genealogical search that came to a sudden, dark conclusion. The shadow’s reach is long. But it’s all for the good, because when secrets are exposed to sunlight, their gravitational hold is lifted and the healing process begins.
Day 30 of the #AugustBreak2015 photography challenge. Today’s prompt is smile. It’s out of sequence, because…vacation! I’ll upload my retrospective snaps to a single post, before this month is over.
I’ve been wondering where you’ve been! That photo is magnificent. Wonderful. Unbelievable. Good work!!!
Aww, thank you, Carol! I was enthralled by the child who giggled as he tugged his kite across the grassy park. And when he flew his kite into my sunset picture…how lucky was that shot?
Thank you for coming with me on August Break! So glad our friendship didn’t start and doesn’t end there. xoxo
You have the most poetic eye, Melodye!
Awwww, that’s a very sweet thing to say…I think. Poetry’s not always accessible, or mutually relatable, and I like to think that writing’s all about bringing people together. So glad (honored) that you stopped by, Pamela…you’re always and ALWAYS welcome.
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