Issue 91: Jardins sous la pluie

I was out first thing this morning, driving through rain and sun and blue skies and wind all at once.

The combination was extraordinarily beautiful; the rain driving in straight lines into the windscreen, the standing water shimmering as the wind blew it across the road, the sky a lapis lazuli blue, and the trees glowing in bright sun, all at the same time.

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The Debussy piano piece “Jardins sous la pluie”  filled my head, and accompanied me along my way. Here is it being played by a 10-year-old boy!!!  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaU6H34c06o

 

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