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Wednesday, June 23, 2010: (Henry David Thoreau Quote: Nature)

       

         As I walk the railroad causeway, I notice that the fields and meadows have acquired various tinges as the season advances, the sun gradually using all his paints. There is the rosaceous evening red tinge of red clover,—like an evening sky gone down under the grass,—the whiteweed tinge, the white clover tinge, which reminds me how sweet it smells. The tall buttercup stars the meadow on another side, telling of the wealth of dairies. The blue-eyed grass, so beautiful near at hand, imparts a kind of slate or clay blue tinge to the meads.

----Henry David Thoreau



Posted on Wednesday, June 23, 2010 at 06:21AM by Registered CommenterThe Skeptical Mystic | Comments1 Comment

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Beautiful image and words.
June 26, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterKass

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