Walking Home

Fence line at dusk photo SoCalJune2013366a_zps786d3fa2.jpg
Fence at dusk, Temecula, California

Walking home at dusk—
perhaps along the fence line
a peony blooms.

Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on June 6, 2013, in California, Carpe Diem, dusk, Ein Stück Himmel, fence, Friday's Fences, haiku, Sky Watch Friday, Southern California and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 27 Comments.

  1. judging by the dry landscape, I bet you’d be hard-pressed to find one,,,,perhaps..

  2. ‘perhaps’ is very intriguing – very philosophical. Good touch there.

  3. An invitation to visit the imagination. I see a long row of peony bushes along the fenceline in the high desert…

  4. Great sky composition!

  5. The golden hour color very pretty!


  6. nice click
    happy SWF

  7. peony at the fence
    takes me back all the way
    to my childhood


  8. This peony must be a rare beauty, indeed!Peony

  9. Beautiful. Something about “along the fence line” seems so deep and genuine.

  10. I’d give more than a peony for your thoughts 🙂


  11. No matter what the time of day it is you find such great sights to share. Your fence and its surroundings is neat.

  12. I love it with that magical evening light.

  13. Beautiful mellow colours and great composition. That scene looks almost Australian.

  14. Another gorgeous photo MMT, the haiku going along with it is great … I like the sense of longing in that one.

  15. watch for snakes!

  16. Love that blue sky

  17. What a lovely path you walk on everyday…

  18. Just something about a fence

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