18 March the tomato vine once supple with promise dried, a squat fruit of autumn—life’s lesson (as if it needed underlining)
19 March smokey sunrise gorgeous pinks and scarlets street lights haloed horizon a Rothko smear crimsoned over charcoal
Image: Mark Rothko – No. 46 (Black, Ochre and Red over Red), 1957. Oil on canvas (1903-1970) Panza Collection. MOCA c/- Rob Corder on Flickr. The Southern Hemisphere moves into Autumn, the vegies die off and hazard reduction burns on the escarpment drape the valleys with smoke.
And for music this morning, I’ve been a bit obsessed of late with Caroline Shaw’s composition Orange (Youtube). So here it is again for all you gardeners.