Summer Solstice

I rose this morning at 5 and the sky was already growing light, the birds already stirring. I made coffee and met friend Carol to greet the Solstice sun at Calvert Manor, reputed to be a site where John Smith and Pocahantas made camp in 1608. Clouds prevailed, preventing a direct view of the solar orb, but that did nothing to dampen the beauty of the morning, as you can see in the following photographs.


Subtle light


like a Monet painting


Spatterdock, a relative of the lotus, home of many big fish


the Great Blue


The Morning of the World – moments before, deer ran across under the trees.

offerings


happy dogs

All images ©2011 Carol Burbank

4 thoughts on “Summer Solstice

  1. Beautiful! Wish I could have been there with you.

  2. “My heart leaps up, as I behold….” these be-a-u-tiful photos. Thanks for sharing this moment in time.
    Clare

  3. Hi Patrise! Would love to post a few of your Summer Soltice for my readers:) Get back to me ok?

    Best,
    Clara.

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