Only in Summer

If I lived in a place that only had one or two seasons, I don’t know if I’d enjoy summer as much as I do now.

There’s something about the longest days of the year that make me so grateful for the few things that don’t exist in any other season.

It’s quite possible that there’s a multiplicative effect that happens when you get certain things simultaneously.

-Cooking and dining on a patio; mine or someone else’s.

-Morning coffee and a book. Proper attire for this is shorts and bare feet.

-Fresh cherries and sweet corn at their peak. Moderation doesn’t apply here.

Those three things can last for most of the summer.

There are a few more things that are even more fleeting. They last as long as a cloud of fireworks smoke.

Don’t blink or you’ll miss it.

About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.

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