Photo-a-Day (Friday, 5th May, 2023)
Photo: Poet (Lenovo TAB 2 A10-70F)
Without a song!
That field of corn, would never see a plough,
That field of corn would be deserted now.
A young ones born ,but he’s no good no how
Without a song…!
That field reminds me of the song sung by Don Estelle God rest his soul…
Haven't we had this on a short time ago?
So nice it's appeared twice.
Lots of wonderful flowers for the Bees to make lots of honey. You never see Bees outside of apiaries with placards demanding this, that or the other, do you, they all know their place and what is expected of them and they just get on with it whilst the sun is shining.
A couple of years ago I put a video on WW of a bike ride through fields of rape in Billinge, and Peter complaining pudding complained to the admin of WW and it was taken down.
Ill try again https://youtu.be/e9oUq2J2pas
Nature wasps and slowly glides
and sings a hymn of gold ,
It’s gentle heat that lifts us up ,
as wings within unfold ,
all that’s made in tranquil braid ,
is written in its song ,
til’ yonder meet , we pray to keep ,
that hope that we belong ..
I can look at Nature photos everyday, total contrast to yesterday's photo. Nice photo Poet.
Sorry to trouble everyone but can anyone please tell me where Heskeths yard and Lord Street were on the 1851 and 1861 census Thank you 5g0f4
Nice poem e, yes we have seen it before.It was on St George's day. It was called yellow mellow.