- Aperture: f/8
- Focal Length: 17mm
- ISO: 125
- Shutter: 1/320 sec
- Camera: NIKON D1X
It could have been anywhere really. England, France, Italy, a dirt road in Alabama. It made no difference to her. Settling among the wildflowers, she laid her head on his chest and let her mind wander as the bobbing, yellow heads laughed and danced above.
Every bone in her body ached, and she shifted fitfully, drawing a raised eyebrow. The words rose in her throat, and then fell again. The days were getting longer. There was time.
She closed her eyes and reveled in the silence, absorbed the sound of his breath rising and falling as the sun melted into the horizon. In the distance she could see summer, but here, among the wildflowers, the world stood still and waited.
And comforted by his presence, she closed her eyes and slept.
Music: The WriterGirl’s Brit Mix Vol. 1 — In A Big Country by Big Country, This is the World Calling by Bob Geldof, London Calling by The Clash, Should I Stay or Should I Go by The Clash, Eurotrash Girl by Cracker, Rain by The Cult, Add It Up by Guster, Hands Away by Interpol, The New by Interpol, Jack the Ripper by Morrissey, Everyday is Like Sunday by Morrissey, The World is Full of Crashing Bores by Morrissey, Blue Monday by Orgy, Leave by R.E.M.