Sep 202009
 

There are some image titles that I use once a year. “Summertime” is one of them (I kinda missed it this year) and another one is of course “Summer’s Almost Gone”.

I took this images yesterday on my way to the lake. The water level is unusually high for this season, but it is still warm enough to enjoy ten minutes of swimming. This is late sun falling between the trees of a rural orchard.

The Song of the Day is again “Summer’s Almost Gone” from the 1968 Doors album “Waiting for the Sun”. We had it last year and the year before. Actually it was interesting for me to compare the pictures, but in a way they all seem to carry the concept over.

Hear the song on YouTube.

  4 Responses to “1072 – Summer’s Almost Gone III”

  1. Wonderful image, and it certainly delivers that feeling. I think it is due to the color and angle of the light.

  2. Yup, you like it warm and cosy, it clearly a pattern in your often fairytale-like pictures! Beautiful, this one, I love it! I especially like the overall chlorophyll overdose and those intense red leaves hiding behind that tree. It's a bit scared, still, the autumn. Come out, there's nothing to be afraid of. 🙂

  3. the brightness of sunlight is always a miracle.
    we can't stop capture that phenomenon with our camera
    love how the light the tree embraces 🙂

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