Solar Terms Themed Pictures-Summer

Hello, dear readers. Last time I shared with you some of the Solar Terms Theme Pictures in Spring. Do you like them? As I promised I will continue share you with this set of pictures. Today let’s enjoy the summer scenery.

Start of summer

Start of summer

When it comes to summer, what’s your first impression? Mine is green. Yes everything turns into freshest green. It symbolizes the growth and the exuberant of life. Where there is green there is life.

grain full

grain full

In summer, the green also means a feeling of cool. So always remember to find a place of green, like the shade of a tree to get some coolness. In this set of picture, you can find that the author also focus on the green. It seems that we shared the same opinion as to summer? lol.

grain in ear

grain in ear

The six solar terms in summer are: Start of summer, grain full, grain in ear, summer solstice, minor heat, major heat. The grain full means that the grains are plump. The grain in ear indicates awns (beard of grain) grow. Summer solstice is summer extreme of sun’s height.

summer solstice

summer solstice

Let’s walk into the summer with the photos of summer and embrace it.

 minor heat

minor heat

major heat

major heat

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About explorethebeauty

Hi all, i am Cathy Liu. A sunshine girl from China, i like traveling, reading,swimming and blogging. Welcome to my blog and explore the beauty with me.
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