Monday, 9 June 2008

Trédaniel plan d'eau, morning.

A green woodpecker's elongated form, more gold than green against the background of trees, rises and dips, then cackles mockingly. The water goes about its business.

The elderflowers are bounteous.

1 comment:

Bee said...

I love the cracking sound of a woodpecker! And "elongated" . . . what an elegant word. It sounds like what it means: I always enjoy onomatopoeic words.