Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Song-ography, " September Grass" by James Taylor

"September Grass"
(James Taylor)

"Well, the sun's not so hot in the sky today
and you know I can see the summertime slipping on away."


" A few more geese are gone, a few more leaves turning red."


"But the grass is as soft as a feather in a feather bed."


"Won't you lie down here right now in this September grass?"


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18 comments:

  1. Ja, es wird Herbst ... aber in so netter Begleitung und mit Gummistiefeln und Kamera lässt sich das vermutlich aushalten,,,

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  2. These are so gorgeous, Karen. Love the rich greens, even as summer fades away!

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  3. The sun through the trees is just breath-taking.

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  4. Nice post - and this is the second post this evening that references that song - is it a meme??

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  5. Always enjoy your James Taylor posts! Love your two little ones...they are so adorable! Nice captures of what's left of summer!

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  6. September grass . . . a lovely concept and yet my favourite was to lie down in the October leaves.

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  7. Beautiful shots and the perfect words to accompany them!

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  8. That was lovely and those two little dogs just stole the show.

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  9. We are thoroughly enjoying celebrating September here.. we should reach our peak of fall colors before the leaves drop from the trees within the week.

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  10. I looked at many of your pictures – you have some lovely ones in black and white. I also like your way of pairing your pictures with just the right sentence.

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  11. Loved those first two captures - just beautiful. Your furry companions are cute as ! (Thank you for dropping by my blog)

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  12. A lovely set of fall photos.

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  13. Totally JEALOUS right now! I've been TRYING to capture falling leaves from the ground looking up and I haven't been able to manage it yet! Fantastic perspective! Thanks for joining in at Song-ography.

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