Sonntag, 6. September 2009

Herbst-Sonntag







Es ist unklar, ob nun schon Herbst ist oder nicht, jedenfalls fühlt es sich so an. Die Bilder sind etwas gemogelt, da sie von gestern abend sind, heute war nicht recht das Wetter dazu. Gestern jedoch konnte ich am Seeufer sitzen und den Enten und mir Gedichte von Robert Frost vorlesen, sie waren irgendwie nicht recht beeindruckt.



Kommentare:

naturgesetz hat gesagt…

I like to tell myself (and sometimes others) that we should consider it summer until Columbus Day (formerly October 12, now the second Monday of October). And therefore I wear my straw hats until then. But most people think of Labor Day (first Monday of September) as the beginning of fall.

MartininBroda hat gesagt…

So you are back. It was more about the abeyance of feeling like autumn; btw, at least I finished the Augustine post. Thanks for the visit.

The Kid In The Front Row hat gesagt…

I really love the second to last picture! Great work!

MartininBroda hat gesagt…

I forget this little translation and since the tools creating horrible nonsense, just a little nonsense, my following translation

Autumn Sunday

It is unclear whether we have already autumn or not, anyhow, it feels like that. The pictures are a bit cheating, since they are actually from last evening, today were haven’t quite the weather to do so. Yesterday however I could sit at the lakeshore and read out loud to the ducks and me poems of Robert Frost; the ducks seem not much impressed somehow.

MartininBroda hat gesagt…

@ The Kid etc. Thanks I really appreciate that, even if I was not that satisfied with the picture, but the moment was nice, me reading Frost, the ducks around me and nobody else.