Saturday, November 6, 2010
Shadow Shot Sunday - Pavillion
For those south of the equator such as Oz and NZ, the warmth of spring and later summer begins now. Such weather has to be nice, although we in the northern USA and Canada are facing seasonal cold.
We are forced to change from lighter to heavier clothing to protect against winter’s wrath. Shadow Shot Sunday, by the famous Queensland artist Tracy, at least allows us up here a remembrance of when it was warm...
However, there was a time when we sought cooler places to avoid the excessive warmth of the sun. To avoid complaining about the heat, we know how much sun we could stand and where to escape to to cool off.
While safely inside the picnic pavilion at Kalmus Beach in Hyannis on Cape Cod, Patti captured me (in the ‘chair and in the red shirt) outside near the beach. When us old-timers had enough, we could enjoy sitting under cover while we caught a cooling breeze from Nantucket Sound. Which is okay in the summer, but I am drawn to the heat and indoors more and more these days.
Shadows abound at the fun Hey Harriet!