lowcountry reverie


Though you may never have been to this place, you will recognise it.

Its not the landscape itself — though you may recognise that too.

It’s something about the curve of cloud, the blue of sky and the caress of golden sunlight just beneath the horizon. There is something about the combination of shapes and colours that has the power to bewitch us all, just around the time the sun starts to set.

It’s as if the day is fearful that we’ll forget about it once night has fallen, so it gives us something to remember it by.

It’s a fond farewell, a lingering kiss that makes the heart sing and skip and miss a beat. And it gives us a reason to look forward to another day.

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