Thursday, November 03, 2011

Suprisingly gentle

On a cold, wet and windy autumn day, the clouds briefly part.

Momentarily, a ball of fire a million times larger than the earth and 93 million miles away, gently caresses my skin and brings a smile to my face.

14 comments:

Theanne and Baron said...

It didn't take you 1000 words to create that picture...lovely! Are you a poet too Kim...or is your poetry created with your photography?!

jen said...

That was beautiful. Thank you for bringing a smile to my face.

Pat said...

Don't you find the autumnal sun gives a special light - especially through falling leaves?

debra said...

And now, mine, as well.

Carole said...

Beautiful. Made my heart smile. You are so talented.

angryparsnip said...

Wonderful !
and it made me smile, I felt that image.

cheers, parsnip

Ruth Kelly said...

Thanks for helping my day become a smile.

Guyana-Gyal said...

The Beatles' song comes to mind...

hope said...

So THAT's where the sun went today...it's on holiday with you!

(It's damp and misty and cold...not southern like at all.)

TalesNTypos said...

Shweet!

mapstew said...

If it weren't for cold how blazé would be the heat! (M.A.P Stewart, 2011) :¬)

Kim Ayres said...

Thanks to each of your for your warm words.

I've been thinking about creatig this post for some time. I was in the garden one day when I was just struck by the fact the largest and most destructive force in our solar system was far enough away so I could just feel its caress - it felt a bit mind blowing to be honest...

Jayne Martin said...

I'm smiling right back at ya under that same ball of fire... :)

Lovely.

Kim Ayres said...

Thanks Jayne :)