Nagano Sunrise, by Gideon Davidson.
“I know a girl from whose body sunbeams rose to the clouds as if they’d fallen from the sun.Her laugh was like a bangle of bells.“Your hair is wet,” I told her one day, “Did you take a bath?”“It is dew!” she laughed, “I’ve been lying in the grass. All morning long, I lay here waiting for the dawn.”― Roman Payne.
Photography: Sicilian Honey Lilies Kissed with Dew, by Franci Van der Vyver.
Misty Dawn in The Forest of Dandelions, by