Friday, August 26, 2011

music and late summer

Up here in the northern hemisphere (with a nod to the fact that Music Road has a number of regular readers in New Zealand, Australia, Brazil, Chile, and other places summer lake tallahassee copyright kerry dexterto the south) the end of summer is at hand. That comes in all sorts of ways, perhaps with leaves already turning to fiery autumn colours, perhaps with just a hint of an edge in a breeze, perhaps with a different angle in the shadows as the light still lingers long of an evening.

There seem to be many places in the world just now where there is not time or focus to take in this quiet change. For those who haven’t that time or focus, a good wish is sent from here, and for those who do, take a moment to pause and join in that.



this bird is contemplating a lake in Florida's far northwest, and the photograph is copyrighted. thank you for respecting this.


music to go along with these ideas.
Music Road: Aoife Clancy: Silvery Moon
Music Road: from Donegal: T with the Maggies
Music Road: Hanneke Cassel: For Reasons Unseen
Music for late summer from Scotland’s Eddi Reader

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2 Comments:

Blogger Anjuli said...

I am looking forward to the autumn breezes- and colors- This past weekend (at my daughter's wedding) the harpist played something from Ireland and I thought of you :)

3:11 AM  
Anonymous Living Large said...

We finally got a cool front through. So happy!

8:26 AM  

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