sit amidst the
long grass and watch the rising sun
lovingly caress the meadow
golden rays revealing
the innocence of daisies as they sway
to a light morning breeze
breathe deep the
blissful quietude and embrace the
awakening of your soul
These pictures were all taken at the meadow in my old village last month. I might not live there any more, but I just couldn’t stay away. Hopefully I’ll manage to get there again sometime soon. Unfortunately, getting there for a dawn photo shoot now includes a half hour drive, rather than simply a stroll around the corner!
I’m joining in with Camp NaNoWriMo again this July, which means my blogging is going to be taking second place to working on my novel for a little while. I have got a few photography and poetry posts (like this one) sat in my drafts folder, so hopefully I’ll be able to keep things going on the blog for a little while, even if I have no little stories to share.
In case you’re interested, the novel I’m working on is the same one I began last November’s NaNo. I’m hoping to get it to a point where it’s actually a coherent whole – which, as I don’t generally write in a chronological order, but rather leap around the story wherever my imagination cares to lead me – can be quite a feat! The novel is a young adult, otherworld steampunk fantasy, and, while it doesn’t really yet have a title, here is the initial blurb:
Centuries ago, the Kennithi-born mages ruled the world with an iron grip, their magic giving them the strength to subjugate any and all lesser races. Their reign only ended when the Order of the Veil learned how to bind their powers.
The world moved on, with science and steam-driven technology taking the place of magic. Marked by the silver web of magic frozen in their veins, the Kennithi became the downtrodden people – feared and despised. Their only protectors became the very Order that kept them chained.
But everything changes when an inventor, experimenting with electricity, accidentally sets free his Kennithi assistant…
With any luck, I might even manage to complete it sometime this year!
8 thoughts on “Watch the Rising Sun”
Great post and the best of luck with your novel! Sounds exciting. Glad to know that we will still see some posts by you. 🙂
I know it’s the summer but your lovely photos gave me a very autumnal vibe 🙂
Yes, best of luck with your novel.
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Thank you. 🙂
Keep writing…5 months…you can do it…the blurb sounds fascinating.
Happy writing! Hoping the novel progresses well for you- it sounds like it will be a good read when it does! 🙂
gorgeous light and images Louise! And good luck with the novel! it sounds fantastic!
A very gripping read!!! All the best for your novel.
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