Angles of sunlight

The rain settled back in, heavily pouring much of the day and evening. It feels as though we’ve seen the last of the sunny autumn days that have been such a blessing. Lately the angle of sun has caused me to stop many times during the morning walks in the attempt to capture some of the vivid scenes.

These pictures were all taken between 8:30 – 9:15 on various mornings as the sun is quickly, noticeably shifting more southerly each day.

Glowing maple leaves and thick moss.
Ferns decorating the side an oak tree.

View through a lace leaf window.
A glowing oak gall riding its leaf. 
The burning poplar.
Southward through the sunlit arch,
Where we come upon this solitary, slow creeping, sun-glowing snail resolutely crossing the road.
At home Ebo basks in the slanting rays.


Author: Wanda J

I never dreamed my life would be entangled with fiber and the tools used to produce fibery items. When I bought a boat shuttle used in weaving Ed looked at it, decided to make a better one and the rest is history. For a decade he made shuttles, crochet hooks, knitting needles, until his spindles became so popular that he had to devote his time to making them, as well as Walking Wheels. Free time is spent reading, trying to coax food from the ground, and playing in the creek near our place. I love long walks and camping far from crowds. Playing a fiddle beside a stream or with good friends brings sweetness to my soul. Sundays are set aside for worshiping God with our small Quaker meeting.

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