There’s the little abandoned Catholic Church looking downright numinous in the morning light!
Here’s a piece of a poem for this transitional time of year.
“I have come to a still, but not a deep center,
A point outside the glittering current;
My eyes stare at the bottom of a river,
At the irregular stones, iridescent sandgrains,
My mind moves in more than one place,
In a country half-land, half-water.
I am renewed by death, thought of my death,
The dry scent of a dying garden in September,
The wind fanning the ash of a low fire.
What I love is near at hand,
Always, in earth and air.”
– Theodore Roethke, The Far Field
You can read the whole poem here … worth a visit!