Daily Prompt #15: The Golden Hour


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via Daily Prompt: The Golden Hour.

Today’s topic is about the Golden Hour.

A time which is #heaven for all the photographers across the world.

Here are some of the images ….

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Cadillac Mountain Sunrise Club

As i was googling about the word GOLDEN HOUR i found this poem… Written by Alfred Lord Tennyson.

The name of the poem is THE FLOWER

Here we go…

Once in a golden hour
I cast to earth a seed.
Up there came a flower,
The people said, a weed.

To and fro they went
Thro’ my garden-bower,
And muttering discontent
Cursed me and my flower.

Then it grew so tall
It wore a crown of light,
But thieves from o’er the wall
Stole the seed by night.

Sow’d it far and wide
By every town and tower,
Till all the people cried
`Splendid is the flower.’

Read my little fable:
He that runs may read.
Most can raise the flowers now,
For all have got the seed.

And some are pretty enough,
And some are poor indeed;
And now again the people
Call it but a weed.

As i read the poem i felt a similar sense of how the society perceives any new idea with lot of unwelcoming attitude and later worships the same idea when they come to know about the real value of the idea. Here we go with a list of world’s 10 such inventions which initially faced a flat NO from the society and then the very same world embraced it and made it a part of their day to day lives.

Click here to know more

I hope you enjoyed this post as much as i enjoyed the poem.

Thank you for giving it a read.

Lots of love,

ARK

Some amazing + beautiful posts written by Bloggers who inspire me daily…

http://angloswiss-chronicles.com/2013/10/27/daily-prompt-the-golden-hour/

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