The heavy heat of the sweltering summer beats down on the land with merciless force. A forceful gust builds, disrupting the stillness in the air and pushing a mass of clouds toward land. "Batten down the hatches," she cried. And the rains came. Rainy days and nights are drab enough without having to use drab umbrellas. Rise up from the "sea of drab and plaid!"
Illuminated so you can see and be seen.