The Power Of Green

Light and shade reflected on tree leaves and grass
Light and shade make a glade look magical
Bramble leaves lit up by sunlight are a highlight in a wood
Bramble leaves act as a light catcher

In celebration of the first day of summer, and the longest day in our hemisphere, I’m sharing pictures taken earlier this week in Sefton Park, Liverpool. What a blessing access to a green space can be! It was lovely to see so many people out enjoying an early evening stroll, lying on the grass or resting on a bench there.

Happy solstice!

30 Replies to “The Power Of Green”

    1. It’s very inappropriate, but the picture reminds me of Rowntrees Fruit Pastilles and how I always liked the green one best. I don’t know if it really was a different flavour or whether it was all in my imagination.

      1. Hehe. I always hated green sweets. I’ m more of a jellybean fan (though I do like fruit pastilles), and I do think that the different colours taste different to each other.

  1. Green is a favourite of mine (you may have noticed!) and I love capturing the light and shade and the sunlight through leaves. Lovely cool images Susan and here’s to a lovely summer for us all!

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