Apple Green

December 19, 2010 § 2 Comments

Ebey's Landing, Whidbey Island

I climb the stairs from Ebey’s Landing up the trail, thinking about Susan’s musical notes and the green rock that she imagined someone might see as an apple and be inspired to bake a pie. And here on the bluff is the rest of it all laid out.  Just like the thousand piece puzzle we worked on for weeks when we were kids, each piece cut with three straight edges.

A is for Alfalfa, now apple green. Its long narrow lines stripe rich dark chocolate earth into sheet music for songbirds. Only two days before Winter.

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§ 2 Responses to Apple Green

  • Linda Matz says:

    Reminds me of the Asian terraced rice paddies, especially in the middle of this picture.

    • pierrmorgan says:

      Hi Linda, inspired by your comment I went looking for some terraces and see what I found? Certainly not the towering kind of Asian rice paddies, but dramatic – at least today they are! Thanks for the fun. – Pierr

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