Posted by: ecckayak | April 6, 2011

Seasonal Change

Another winter is stubbornly moving out the inlet towards the Atlantic, along the shores of Pleasant Bay. This bright morning, I paddle towards the sheltered dune islands, following the windswept flowing surface waters and ebbing tide. Once again, I hang on the balance of the seasonal rhythms, turning with the sun. The warmth trying to penetrate the cooler air, things are seemingly starting to move faster. I am able to see, from Sipson’s Island, the shore road and creek bridge, a world of travelers passing by in the distance, where yesterday becomes tomorrow, and the next day comes too soon. Unaware, perhaps, all of us, that we are dependent on a daily routine, with marked intervals. Yet, today, the morning glow marks simple observations that allows time safe passage freely from winter to summer.

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