Celebrate the Vernal Equinox

(…well I can remember longing for rain last summer… ❤ )


Let the rain kiss you. Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops. Let the rain sing you a lullaby. 
Langston Hughes

37 thoughts on “Celebrate the Vernal Equinox

    • Oh, I so agree about finding something just about anywhere, but I’m not always as brave or inventive as you about showing it. As for being out RIGHT NOW….. I was probably watching at least two, perhaps three grey whales down south… one of them was a baby… as you were typing your comment!!! got a so-so shot. Might post it later, but it’s been a long day. I’m still somewhat recuperating, but starting to get back on track!


  1. Fantastic photo! It would make great wallpaper for those of us in hot dry states. As long as I’m asking, please provide sound with the wallpaper.


    • So very glad you enjoyed it. I started out looking for an audio, but faded out again before I came up with anything. I am getting better by fits and starts, but it seems to be taking forever. Perhaps age is a factor in how quickly one recovers.


  2. I love the gentle replenishing rain. It added so much atmosphere to my last hike in a rainforest. Thanks for this lovely abstract. So sorry you are still sick, although I am glad to read you are on the mend. It must be a really nasty illness to keep you indoors for so long!


    • I love rain, too, when I can curl up with a good book. I’ve never thought of AU as having a rainforest, but of course it’s a huge continent, so why not?

      This nasty illness has been pretty awful. I’m not the only one to say so. It’s just mostly been coughs and runny noses, but the cough was nearly non-stop for the first week. It’s calmed down a bit, but is taking forever to completely go away. Exhaustion has been a big nasty part of it, too. I suspect that my recovery may have been slowed by advanced years. I’m just getting back to short bits of time at the computer. I’ve missed a whole bunch of posts.


      • I can certainly understand the exhaustion aspect. Please don’t worry about catching up on all the posts you’ve missed. There is a world apart from blogging and we all understand absences. I hope you are fully recovered soon. x


    • Raindrops stuck to the screen on the bedroom window. It’s only happened like this once before (that I’ve noticed). I’m guessing it takes a certain light rain, just the right amount of wind and the perfect direction of light. Amazing the things you can come up with when being bored at stuck inside the house. 😉


  3. You know. Oregon rain is mostly gentle misty stuff, so much moire pleasant than East Coast rain. The few days of teaser sun and warmth this past week was sweet….and we will enjoy it again soon.


    • The operative word is ‘mostly’. Have you been around any of our coastal gales? It’s been nice here today. My first trip out of the house in over two weeks! Can’t wait to be truly up and about again!


    • It was an act of desperation really. Hadn’t left the house in over two weeks. The rain has been delightful, but I’m ready to get outdoors about now, if not sooner.


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