Saturday, 5 April 2014

Spring Crops



T'was bliss that dawn to be alive, or in the early morn at least. How long since I passed this way I canny mind but the crops are bouncing now. The sun shone and the peoples they were afar away, and may they stay there I say. I was forced out early as I woke up and saw the bright sun shining and could not resist the temptation to visit the countryside again. Also it will rain tomorrow as usual so I will remain covered by the ceiling.
Nothing else happened.



Nothing has happened elsewhere either.  The missing planes black box, which is orange, might have been found, maybe.  The Heart of Midlothian have gone down fighting, looking to renew next season amongst the lower orders.  This was not unexpected and causes no upsets. Avoiding liquidation is far more important.  In Afghanistan (remember that place?) they are happily electing a new president who will lead them to new fighting while pocketing vast amounts of donors cash. Isn't democracy wonderful?   The Afghans now get to select whoever will rob them blind and do nothing about their miserable lives.  



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6 comments:

Lee said...

And, still, amongst all the gloom, doom and ugliness in the world, beauty does manage to survive and remain...somehow.

the fly in the web said...

Funny how we notice that the Afghans are making a choice of whichever group will be demovratically enabled to rip them off but we don't seem to apply the same attention to our own elections.....
Polling day tomorrow here....

Carol in Cairns said...

Gorgeous morning photos. Thank you for sharing them Aman

Adullamite said...

Lee, The world is full of beauty of we look.

Fly, Folks here only vote if they feel it matters.

Carol, Ta much>

Jenny Woolf said...

Yes, looking out at the rain I am glad I appreciated yesterday. I love the look of that yellow stuff but I prefer the scent of meadowsweet I suppose if I am being picky. As for the black box, I am hoping in a way that it IS the plane, then at least it will give closure to the relatives. I suppose. Maybe they prefer to continue hoping.

Adullamite said...

Jenny, Sadly some relatives will always hope, even if this is the plane and all are gone. The yellow stuff is rapeseed, grown for the oil and soon to be seen all over the land.