Thursday, September 15, 2011

come linger a moment beside me.

tilt your head back,
close your eyes.
together we'll eavesdrop on the conversations of crickets.

21 comments:

Birdman said...

Ya, the cricket symphony has started around here too.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a brilliant idea Brattcat, we have these little creatures that live in the soil called sandgropers, they make an interesting noise on a summers night! btw those chairs are a gorgeous colour!!

Jacob said...

I'd love to linger a bit right there. Hope that things have settled down for you by now.

SRQ said...

I really like how you framed the eye catching red chairs.

Malyss said...

As long as you want! It will be a nice moment together..
(No recipe available, sorry..)

VP said...

I would gladly... but I have to go back to work!

Amin said...

Beautiful photo!

Kate said...

Love those chairs, and your suggestion as to how to use them is spot on. Wanted two in either red or brilliant cobalt blue this summer but never got around to buying and painting them. Perhaps next year; remind me, won't you?

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

What a delightful vignette and I could imagine sitting here with a friend, a little beverage, and a lap-cat.

Bises,
Genie

Sharon said...

This looks like a pleasant little spot in the sun.

Sharon Creech said...

Those chairs have the perfect slant for relaxing, don't they? Sa-weeeet caption, brattcat.

Cat Wisdom 101 said...

Love your pic of the chairs. I love Vermont and look forward to seeing your autumn pics.

Randy said...

Striking photo!

Virginia said...

a delightful slice my friend. We cherish the remnants of summer.
V

Jack said...

Outstanding photograph today, brattcat, as always. You have a poetic way with words. They bring up exactly the right image of late summer.

Bob Crowe said...

Most poetic, a little mindfulness meditation. I wish I could learn to be that still.

Cezar and Léia said...

Lovely words!
I like the way you framed those chairs, it's beautiful!
Léia

JM said...

Very cool composition and that red really pops.

Butch said...

Solitude, peace and quiet.

Julie said...

Hah! I can do that all day long, with my tinittus! Crickets might be more soothing, I wonder.

Madge said...

Lovely shot and your words paint a peaceful visualization ...