Melancholy Monday: Solstice sweetness

It’s the shortest day of the year.  Starting tomorrow, the nights will be getting shorter and the days will be getting longer.  A fire is glowing in the fireplace and a solstice candle is Wainui wild peaburning close by.  As I contemplate another new year, I find myself full of hope for renewed energy, agility, and productivity.  I wish you all the same.  Happy solstice!

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8 Responses to Melancholy Monday: Solstice sweetness

  1. Adrian Lewis says:

    And a happy one to you too, my friend! A

  2. Vicki says:

    And to you too, Gary.

  3. Truels says:

    This is a beautiful image. I like the contrast between the slender and elegant green plant and the black massive, bombastic and robust shiny stones!
    I send my best wishes for the Holidays and a peaceful and colorful 2016.

  4. That plant is coming out of the interstices for one of the solstices, so to speak.

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