The song of their day is a drifting melody
which wafts in soft tendrils of time
across waters turned to silken gold
in the sea breezy twilight.
I love the way these islands off the coast of Port Douglas in Far North Queensland appear as strata because of the way in which the mountains in the background cast their shadow over the larger island in the middle ground, and that in turn casts its shadow over the small atoll in the foreground. Then the shadows combine and radiate outward across the water. The black and white image gives a rather ethereal quality, I think, to what is essentially just a pretty photograph of some tropical islands.
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