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It shines through skeletal leaves. Tinged pink and orange, they glow like Christmas lights. An early morning light show penetrates the frost.
The rain falls like noise on a television screen, covering the ground with a shimmering film of water. The sun shines through it with a sepia light. A picture of an autumn shower caught in the window’s wooden frame.
It slides into a shaft of sunlight and stops dead. Its plastic bodywork glows bright orange in the light, headlights glinting. A child’s hand appears and its moment in the sun is over.
The weakening light struggles to pierce the early morning clouds. A watercolour wash of pinks and oranges faintly tints them from underneath. The sun floats to the surface, serene and pale.
Fields of dried stubble glow a bright yellow, picked out by golden rays. From their left comes a grey misty curtain of water, slowly extinguishing each light as it moves.
Heralding the end of a week of festivities – a joyful snake of light, colour, dance and song.
They burst through the fence, rushing towards light and air. Spindly shoots extended, bright pink flowers drinking in the sun.
She sits, paws tucked under her for warmth, her eyes half closed against the light. As it falls on the white windowsill it is reflected up to highlight her pale chin. Her face is lit from underneath with an almost … Continue reading
Sunlight gently caresses her delicate flowers. Already a dazzling lemon yellow, they glow like blooms reborn. Her glory will be short lived, but today she outshines the light she touches.
Cloudy with tiny air bubbles, the light sparkles as it refracts through clear liquid and thick glass. The bubbles rise and dissipate. What was magic becomes everyday.