Amber Light, Enchinopsis Bloom, Home, AZ 22×28
Sometimes you need to try and see things from both sides.
“June! The rich, thick, amber light, like a transparent reflection from some intense golden medium, seemed to float through the warm air. The sky became an azure blue. In the still noontides, when the bees hummed drowsily and the flies buzzed, vast creamy- white columnar clouds rolled up from the horizon, like colossal ships with bulging sails. And summer with its rush of growing things was at hand.”
-Chapter 11, call of the canyon, Zane Grey