hot sun, cool shade
there is a kind of disc in the sky and it moves from east to west in an arc over the course of the day, and it is difficult to look at because it is so bright. it gives off a kind of heat, that one can feel, if one raises one’s face in its direction. after it disappears over the western horizon, the sky turns color and eventually turns black. it is a very strange phenomenon that we are trying to come to terms with here in the post-winter great lakes north. we have our best minds working on the problem, and hope to figure out what this celestial phenomenon means in the coming months. we hope it isn’t a permanent feature of our daytime sky. it is really quite hot.
linden (tilia) buds