Tuesday, April 24, 2007

moon, llamas, wall

A dandelion clock is one way of describing the pale sphere of the full moon in broad daylight.

From the train window, you can see on the left between Tonbridge and Sevenoaks, a field of llamas.

A big panel swings from a crane high above a building site. One day someone will lean against the wall, which is not yet in place, or stick a photo or a poster on it.


Lucy said...

Now look what you've done,I've started allowing myself to love dandelions now!

Shari said...

You have the knack for describing things. Of course, writing is an art and that is what you did as a writer. You bring the words to life.

Now whenever I catch a glimpse of the moon during the day, I will think of the dandelion clock. :)