Photo Essay: Summer Solstice 2016

By Jelane A. Kennedy

Sometimes I think the move from Spring to Summer is probably the hardest move for me. It probably has to do with how erratic the weather can feel, from cold with snow to hot and humid. It’s hard to figure out what to wear and what to have with you! Maybe it is the endings and the beginnings all bunched together.

We have not taken many photos this Spring it seems like the mad rush to the end of the school year and all has added to what seems like a blur of time and place.

The first Photo of the tree, gives a sense of how things can be in transition.

Transition Photo by Eileen McFerran

Transition Photo by Eileen McFerran

This second photo is of one of my favorite Spring flowers: Lilacs, they remind me that winter is truly over.

Sweet smell. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Sweet smell. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Boats on the water, a day in the sun.

Summer is near -Lobster Boats

Summer is near -Lobster Boats Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Kite boarding, the joy of water, sun and wind.

Spring - not yet warm but oh so tempting! Kite boarding. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Spring – not yet warm but oh so tempting! Kite boarding. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Finally the Spring garden readying for the summer bloom.

Eileen in the garden preparing for summer blooms. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

Eileen in the garden preparing for summer blooms. Photo by Jelane A. Kennedy

© 2016 Jelane A. Kennedy & Eileen A. McFerran

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4 Responses to Photo Essay: Summer Solstice 2016

  1. Sheila wahl says:

    Loved your photos! They were right on! You captured transition time!
    I won’t be at Pyramid this July. I have a shoulder problem that needs fixing! We will definetly have to get together during this summer time. Miss you gals!

  2. Great spring / summer pics. I can smell the lilacs from here 🙂

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