Water lot of it on Earth


One thinks of Earth as soil and sand,

But most of it is not:

A lot more water than of land

Is what this planet’s got.

 

In fact, when seen from outer space

What isn’t sea is cloud;

It’s not too often you can trace

The land-shapes standing proud.

 

From our new balcony.

From our new balcony

We see some sea from balcony;

View from restaurant down the road.

From a beachfront restaurant a few minutes away.

Sea scenes  from down the road;

Durban harbour and the sea

From the Berea home of Br-i-Law  and Sr-i-Law.

 When seeing sister, then we see,

Of sea, another load.

Pink clouds

But there is something that we get

In even more supply –

Sea, sky and rainbow

Both over dry and over wet

There is a lot of sky!

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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17 Responses to Water lot of it on Earth

  1. litadoolan says:

    I love the flash of rainbow – a chunk of beautiful colours floating – amazing capture !

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  2. nrhatch says:

    Glad you’ve got a view of the sea
    From your new balcony!

    Like

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  4. mukul chand says:

    interesting post

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  5. sea and sky seem to soothe our soul.

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  6. Pussycat44 says:

    You’ll have to take a picture of the moon-rise over the sea. Just for me 😉

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  7. we have a big sky – well, as big as anyone else’s

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  8. elspethc says:

    I do like the view from your balcony, and sky too, but as you imply, we all have a lot of that

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