The Waning Summer

Sally In the Garden traditional, arranged by me.

spread

spread

scald

scald

engage

engage

brasica

brasica

DSC_0098

hot

graze

graze

ram

suffolk ram (Freeway)

mesa, Beaumont KS

mesa, Beaumont KS

yellows and reds

yellows and reds

big blue, Boaz KS

big bluestem, Boaz KS

stacked

stacked

plow

plow

deconstruced

deconstruced

indian grass, Boaz KS

indian grass and purple top, Boaz KS

process

process

turn

turn

flat

flat

indian grass, Boaz, KS

indian grass, Boaz, KS

weather

weather

sedge, New Boaz KS

sedge, New Boaz KS

between Beaumont and Piedmont

between Beaumont and Piedmont

skinned

skinned

scalded

scalded

rub

rub

stone

stone

Leavenworth eryngo (parsley), Boaz KS

Leavenworth eryngo (parsley), Boaz KS

plucked

plucked

house

house

pitcher sage, Boaz KS

pitcher sage, Boaz KS

cart

cart

10 Comments on “The Waning Summer

  1. It is amazing how scrolling through the pictures with the music really adds a whole other dimension to the enjoyment. Really fantastic work! Music-wise and photography-wise!

    • Sometimes I feel a bit far flung in my disciplines, it is nice to hear you witness to a more holistic picture.

  2. This is so very moving Jack. The images and their words…and the music. It’s like going back a hundred or 10,000 years. Such rich colours all dovetailing so perfectly with the sound. You made my day!

  3. Cet article propose un dépaysement total pour une personne qui vit comme moi dans l’exiguïté d’une maison de Français moyens en Provence. Ici la foule, les bruits, la violence des villes près desquelles nous vivons, l’urbanisation, les produits de grandes surfaces…etc
    Chez vous: paix, labeur artisanal, esthétique des matériaux, produits naturels, grands espaces et horizon infini…
    Il me reste le plaisir de fredonner sur votre musique joyeuse!

    • I am grateful to be able to share some of the life and peace with you. This helps make it worth doing.

  4. Beautiful, my friend! Great images and descriptions. I don’t think I’ve ever seen the prairie so green, especially out at Boaz. Where is the stone work from?

    • The stone work is a little lean-to shed and wall that I pass on the way out to Boaz, along the main gravel road, about 5 miles West of the turning. I need to spend a little time photographing it, now that I kind of know what I am doing. It is green and beautiful this time of year. I trust your work is going well?

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