Something immense happened. Something made me take the leap into this baptism of light… Something. Something and everything washed over me. Life.
How is it that even brown wet leaves and dry straw can feel so very alive? We may think that Autumn is about decay, but today, I realised that simply is not the case. And if one had experienced my 60 minutes of Revelation, would one feel totally satisfied that one’s life had been totally immense? Today, Flora’s scribes, the giants, the trapeze artists, the charmers, hangers-on, party goers, and life’s strange creatures, all joined up. They came into their own. It was spontaneous reality, but it was also the planning of a pure vision. Golden glitterings sparkled down from above from the heavenly blue. May that yellowy golden glitter rain its eternal freshness on my memory.
When something so incredible happens, we are all so very gracefully indulged. And so today’s post can’t be helped, these pictures are the chronicle of that hour. And it has to be done indulgently. I can’t hold back. It happened today and it has to be passed on. If tonight is October’s full moon, this must be have been the day of the fullest sun.
Now its late, but the fire-eaters, those scribes of writings in the leaves, acrobats and trapeze artists are all here below, in order as taken. This post must now close In the Wonder of Yellow Rain of the Glittering Tree and tomorrow will be the Return of the Strange Creatures. Goodnight from the UK.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Careful.”
Don’t be. Just be grateful