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Swallow's Poem

By mac
This is a close (see under) in North Berwick, which has a swallow’s nest in it most years. Pictures of them included.
The full text of poem by Robert Louis Stevenson who used to live in North Berwick during the summer with his parents.

SWALLOWS travel to and fro,
And the great winds come and go,
And the steady breezes blow,
Bearing perfume, bearing love.
Breezes hasten, swallows fly,
Towered clouds forever ply,
And at noonday, you and I
See the same sunshine above.

CLOSE: It usually refers to a passageway between buildings and often enclosed. This one is only about 1.5 m wide so a test for my lens. The light on the right is the sun reflected from outside into the close.


Tags: Photo journalism Swallow Art North berwick Robert Louis Stevenson

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9 Sep 2019 12:25AM
Lovely images


Jan

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Great angle well captured Mac.
WesternRed.
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9 Sep 2019 6:25AM
two fine images
9 Sep 2019 8:44AM
the two picture beautifully linked together
9 Sep 2019 11:06AM
Agree with Leo here Ian!
Lovely work!

Arne

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