28/52 Air

England

Just after I took this photo on a Derbyshire hillside, you commented:

There’s a nice wind.

Before I could suggest that the word breeze might be better, you ‘corrected’ yourself, saying

There’s nice air.

And you were right, far beyond grammar, the air was nice. It was an English afternoon tea air, sweet with sunlight, sleepy with clouds, buzzing with the secret thoughts of flowers.

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