#PoeticTuesday

Fall

The light has changed
From white to gold
The days, much shorter
The nights get cold

A different smell
Is in the air
A sense of magic
In the atmosphere

It is the time
We got aware
That nothing but
Change’s always there

Maybe we’re grateful
For what was
Or sentimental
To that loss

Nature shows
Fall’s not a death

By going down
It takes a breath

It needs to rest
Collect its power

To break through freshly
In spring’s first flower

We all have times
When things may end
But only to
Rise and expand

In Love and Light

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Absolutely! The best is yet to come and all that happens leads us there. Seeing it that way makes the journey more bearable and takes us faster to the blessings.

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Thank you very much, Nico. I noticed it alreaday and made the correction. But I won’t delete your hint anyway since you have been the only one who made me aware. So, thank you very much, dear friend.

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LOL! But honestly, it took me a while until I began to love fall. It is not my favorite season but I learned to love it a lot with theat cosy atmosphere it creates.

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Yes dear lady, we’ve already had a 37C and its only mid spring. Even the dolphins are being very active…but I still can’t get a photo. Do you know how hard it is to get that split second of a fin breaking the surface. I think I’m going to have to take a movie and take out a frame 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋 😂 🤣

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If it is that vividly-jumping-around-dolphin-species, I can very well imaging the dificulties to catch them on a photo 😄 But so amazing to hear about your temps. We don’t even reach half of that number… oh, well… next year… lol

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I can hold the camera (phone) up all focused and ready but by the time you actually see them surface and you press the button there is a slight delay and they are practically gone again by the time it clicks. Very frustrating. I do have a couple of shots but even though they are only 100 meters away you can only see a patch on the water. Plus this camera is horrible for anything zoomed, it pixelates badly. I keep promising myself to get a real digital camera at Christmas time 😀
And our summer is usually around the early 30’s but we quite often get heat waves that hover at 40-45C with the odd bad one that will top 50C but that is rare. I used to work as a linesman (climbing power poles), and our thermometer sitting in the shade has a few times reached 54C. Out in the bush there isn’t any air conditioning so you just make sure you drink lots of water so you don’t dehydrate. It is a lovely country but can be hard. I think that is why so many live on the coastal fringes, those lovely sea breezes are heaven sent on those days 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋 😂 🤣

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OMG 😲 More than 50 degrees. You know, I am better in taking the heat than the cold but that would be way too much for me too. How do you bear that even with drinking. Wow!

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