It was a lovely windy summer’s day when I took that photo. The sun was at its best, shinning and making everything look doubly beautiful. The colours were absolutely stunning. It’s one of those days where everywhere you look, your breath is stolen away by the sheer delight of witnessing such splendour. I want those days back!
There was a soft breeze blowing against the blades of grass and the lovely wheat stalks were happily swaying along. Everything about that day was in perfect harmony. Vibrant colours, warm weather and stunning surroundings, these are what summer days are made of. A complete contrast to what is outside right now. From where I sit and as I’m typing this, at the corner of my eye, everything is grey. Grey, greyer, greyest. The dullest of grey, can it get any worse than this? Oh yes it can. I guess we should be thankful that although it is dim, at least the day is dry. There’s nothing worse than a gloomy and wet autumn day.
I’ve been staring at the photos I took last summer. This particular one was taken in June. A few days ago, I decided to make a VSCO account, so if you also have one, do follow me there and I’ll follow back too. I haven’t really uploaded much photos yet, but intend to do so.
Now excuse me while re-live my happy summer memories of lovely days like this one.
What about you?
Do you have any favourite summer photo?
What sort is it?