The Waning of Summer

“The crickets felt it was their duty to warn everybody that summertime cannot last for ever. Even on the most beautiful days in the whole year – the days when summer is changing into autumn – the crickets spread the rumour of sadness and change.”
E.B. WhiteCharlotte’s Web

Inspired by WordPress Photo Challenge …. SEASONS

An almost full moon hides behind thick cloud at dawn over the shores of Orion Beach in Jervis Bay. These late February days are shorter now … and the first summer here is not endless after all.


8 thoughts on “The Waning of Summer

  1. I would like to see your beautiful photo larger that 4.75 inches (8 cm) wide on my computer. WordPress changed the way one image is displayed. It can’t be clicked on. I had to get help on how to make single mage click open in new window full size (my choice of size).

    The way to do this is to change the image so that it links to the image file which will open the file in a new window. You’ll need to open the post for editing using the old editor in WP Admin. Select Posts and select the post you want to edit. The next step is to click on the image and then on the pencil icon that pops up at the top of the image. In the image details window go to display settings select full size, and link to – media file. This method can also be used to link to a page in your bog or somewhere else.


    1. Hi MV … With all the time in the world the little easy things keep getting postponed. But as you see in the comment from Sherry Lynn above, there has been added pressure applied and I’ve just completed the operation – successfully it seems. Thanks to you both. Wes


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