Sunday, January 24, 2010

One Single Impression -- Sunny Days



sunshine on the far hill
edging down, lighting the woods
at last hits our yard.

©sgreerpitt
Sunday January 24, 2010



For more poems on the theme "sunny days" see One Single Impression.

Photo from this winter's first snow December 6, 2009

14 comments:

Sweetest in the Gale said...

The light always comes, if one will only wait. I loved your words and photo...very uplifting to read on this cold winter day!

anthonynorth said...

The words captured the picture perfectly.

Loch Rob said...

I love watching how the sun plays with the shadows during the day. The play of light and shadow has a special effect. Well done.

SandyCarlson said...

Such a sweet image of the sun making its way through the sky to home.

Amity said...

we always feel happy once the sun starts to penetrate the woods to come near us!

Jim said...

This is a very pretty verse.
I love to watch the edges of the sunlight moving across the land as the clouds drift liesurely along overhead. This effect can be seen really well from a plane.
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BTW, is that your hill a mile away in Saturday's picture. It is very pretty landscape.
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Maggie said...

It made me smile as I imagined the sun sliding down a mountain side before reaching where you live.

Beth P. said...

We used to have a cabin in a canyon in western Colorado, and I loved spending holidays watching how the light came late, left early, and the colors it brought/left.

Lovely, Sue--loved the photo too!

storyteller at Sacred Ruminations said...

Your 'ku made me smile and look closer at your beautiful photo ... is that snow on the ground?
Hugs and blessings,

Tumblewords: said...

Beautiful. I can almost see it moving from tree top to the earth.

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Very sweet words and picture.


Melanie

Quiet Paths said...

How many days have I followed the sun with my eyes into our little valley. It's never the same. Wonderful haiga.

Patti said...

Beautiful words and image as well. I can picture it happening!

gabrielle said...

how wonderful that you were there to catch the rays. a beautiful sweep of light