Cape Gazette

SUSSEX ALMANAC: changing light and natural beauty

By Dennis Forney | Sep 07, 2012
Photo by: Dennis Forney


The sun's coming up later now on morning walks.  That changes the light that I see on everything from rainbows to spiders' webs.  This morning, sunlight filtering through the pine trees along the railroad tracks leading to SPI Pharma in Lewes - just past where they cross Freeman Highway - created a magical moment.  Captured it with my phone camera.  Looked like light I could swim into and cross into another dimension.

On the mainland side of Freeman Highway Bridge, wild clematis with its snowy blossoms cascades down one bank.  Bright blue morning glories added to the beauty of the scene.

Bathing my eyes in natural beauty always gives me a lift.

Comments (1)
Posted by: Barry Wayne Price | Sep 11, 2012 09:24

Being there to capture precious moments of natural beauty says a lot about us. Appreciating that beauty says more. Knowing what plants (Clematis terniflora) one is looking at caps the essence of natures charm. Well done Dennis.

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