I haven’t participated in this challenge for a while but A Word In Your Ear has a great challenge where she opens a page of the dictionary and chooses a word. You can opt to submit a photo, a poem or story, whatever genre you choose to help you describe the word.
This week the word is undulate. As soon as I read the word, I was taken back to one specific moment in my youth that I have never been able to do justice with words.
(image credit: ecopedia.com)
We lay on our backs on the dock at our cottage staring into the beauty of the night sky. The world seemed to stop to allow every bit of life’s energy to be absorbed by the Aurora Borealis. The lake was a sheet of glass and, while the ground lay breathless, the green hues undulated against the backdrop of the atmosphere and reflected off the water. Although we were perfectly still, our bodies felt like we were surfing on the movement of the Northern Lights.
This photo, although beautiful, does not do justice to that night sky so many years ago but it does give you a glimpse into the beauty that we had the chance to absorb.
Your description is like I’ve imagined it. I’d like to get to see it one day.
It really is beyond words. I hope you get to see it one day!
great example you chose to illustrate the word ‘undulate’! I’d love to go see the Northern Lights sometime, they’ve always been on my bucket list.
It was astonishing!
I bet it was 🙂
Just beautiful! 😀
very clear in the description and I loved how you used the word
Thank you. It was an amazing moment in my life that I will never forget.
I can only imagine…
I have never had a chance to see the northern lights in person. It’s on my list to get to eventually though.
It’s a must….they are breathtaking!!
Sheesh, rub it in. 😉
My list is long… but, perhaps I could arrange to bump a trip up north to the top of the list.
I highly recommend it. 🙂