patient rain, the smell of dust dampening, orchids, and other midsummer flowerings.
This evening much colder. Up onto Mynydd Llangyndeyrn, following the road to the cattle grids, then crossing the common and climbing up to the right on to the ridge above the standing stone. Walking round to the east. A hawthorn tree tangled in sky, on the ground low brambles looping and scratching across jeans and […]
Mynydd Llangyndeyrn was misted low into cloud with Westerly sideways-driving rain yesterday evening. No sunset, no once-in-a-lifetime astronomy event, no birds or animals to be seen or heard, only the chance to feel the air, to become cold and wet, to listen to the rain, and to watch the evening greying down to dimness and […]
sounds of this evening, light rain, tide out, birds sounds and river
Imagining today the things that we do – rippling outwards in intersecting circles. A video that I made yesterday, walking out in the rain:
A listening link for the sound of rain in my garden yesterday evening, just after nightfall. Listening to the sound of the rain is so lovely, and so soothing.