Friday, August 06, 2010

music and late summer

harbour eve carlingford bay copyright kerry dexter
Late summer can be its own season, resting between the energy of high midsummer days and the quiet turn toward autumn that's coming. Time for reflection, time for considering new directions.

Emily Smith stepped outside her house in the southwestern part of Scotland one summer evening and found all those things. She caught them in a fine song called Sunset Hymn, which is on her recording Too Long Away.








the photograph above is of a moment at evening on Carlingford Bay, Louth, in the Republic of Ireland

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Music Road: music and connection: celebrating summer
Music Road: late summer: two for the road
Music Road: Songs for an Easter weekend
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Delicious Baby's Photo Friday, where travelers offer new insights to the world each Friday

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3 Comments:

Blogger Travelers Barista said...

Wow, she has a beautiful voice! I like your website!

11:34 PM  
Anonymous Sheryl said...

What a beautiful voice...along with a beautiful photo. Quite peaceful!

1:36 PM  
Anonymous Frugal Kiwi said...

Wonderful, moody.

4:10 PM  

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