Over the dusty valley in the deep shaded sun shining like pale gold, the hills slowly grow; their crowned silhouettes finally freeing the land.
Worn men sleep in their boots or gaze from the mesa at the living clouds in the blue silence.
The last boats of the evening whistle secretly across the silver night waters like some lonesome lingering men expecting their daily last-minute pleasure.
Scenes of life in the calm village night.
A couple holds each other in the warm mist of the front porch;
a hand reaches out from behind the curtain.
There is a certain silence to the late rhythms.
These kids celebrate the life of the dead street pigeon. Dark streams down their brown faces, they intone their private lamentation- One exposes the corpse to his little circle, holding it up the wings stretched out.