Peaking right now.
Tag Archives: summer
How I adore these long days. No need to put the generator on; when it gets dark I go to sleep. Before I turn in I like to sit on the porch in the darkness and watch; the only lights are the stars in the sky and the occasional adventurous firefly, streaking through the woods [...]
As I have mentioned before, the printed Staten Island book was a selection of the essays I wrote about the Island; there were others which did not make the cut, for various reasons. Of the four essays I wrote about the seasons, the editors wanted to include “Spring” and “Summer,” but I felt that they [...]
… what it was like here in February. July is almost over. Carpe aestatem.
From Overlook Mountain. Life is just so succulent and juicy all summer, and somehow we never seem to quite realize. The picture looks astonishing to me, who have in my eyes the barren mountains as November sets in.