Here in the study the light is low as the day fades into the west.
Ten O’Clock rings out as I take up my camera and head out into the warm evening.
I have enjoyed visitors for much of the day, so stepping out into the evening allows me time to be quiet and absorb the ending of the day.
“Be calm…calm as a calm lagoon, then you will look beautiful as a beautiful calm lagoon crowned by the Moon and sheltered by the brilliance of the stars reclaiming your royalty of regal life…”
― Oksana Rus
The light lends an ethereal touch to everything.
“When one tunes in into nature’s frequency, life becomes change, change becomes hope!”
― Aniekee Tochukwu
The birds continue to fly to and fro their nestlings in a frenzy to keep them fed.
Fortunately, Bealtaine Cottage can now support dozens of pairs of breeding birds and all from the plentiful supply of food in the gardens and food forest.
“It was that time of dusk when there is a—deepening of the interior shadows. It is a melancholy time: all you need do is switch on one lamp and the inside and the outside will separate, held apart by the reflections in the glass, and evening will begin.”
― Rudolph Delson
As always at this time of evening, there is magic in the air.
Flowers are dancing in billows of colour around the cottage.
As I walk, snapping pictures here and there, I fancy my camera may capture an image of the other world that is veiled so very thinly at this time of day…
I sense the watchers…
and is gone in the blink of a lens.
(This photo is as it appears…I NEVER use photoshop!)
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