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metallus:

Living Shadows…
Paros, Greece 2014
frangipania:

SUMMER IN OUR GARDEN - colourful phlox flowers in our garden
Quick view on my work
sneakychino:

The “seedy” side of town
jacksteelphotography:

Red Arrows Upside Down - Sunderland International Airshow 2014
By Jack Steel
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photovotary:

new growth
woodsia76:

Swallowtail
reg-darling:

Reg Darling, watercolor journal, 8/30/14
lancevaughn:

Saint Thomas - Charlotte Amelie 002 BW
The weather in the Caribbean is beautiful but it wreaks havoc on the stucco walls of many of the old buildings in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas leaving gnarly.. and beautiful textures of decay. 
http://lance-vaughn.artistwebsites.com
lilitanztravels:

a summer’s day
I knew you would come back someday

cdtswa:

all my life
to wait for a spaceship
with blinking lights
filled with strange numbers
two thousand and fourteen
years
with no kisses
no tender touches
but hope
planted
in the recesses of my fertile
mind
alive
with each stroke
of blood, sweat and
dreams

(c) cdtswa 2014

adventuresofalgy:

Algy perched on one of his favourite rocks, and gazed at the hills, the sea and the sky. The colours were still beautiful, but the sun was much lower in the sky now, and the wind had a bitter edge to it. Algy knew that summer was over for this year, and he remembered a poem by a famous American poet:
          An agitation of the air,          A perturbation of the light          Admonished me the unloved year          Would turn on its hinge that night.           I stood in the disenchanted field          Amid the stubble and the stones,          Amazed, while a small worm lisped to me          The song of my marrow-bones.           Blue poured into summer blue,          A hawk broke from his cloudless tower,          The roof of the silo blazed, and I knew          That part of my life was over.           Already the iron door of the north          Clangs open: birds, leaves, snows          Order their populations forth,          And a cruel wind blows.
[Algy is quoting the poem End of Summer by the 20th century American Poet Laureate, Stanley Kunitz.]
hitsherlikeasunrise:

Gimli, Canada. August 2014.