September 14, 2010

Excellent For Use on Train Rides at the Cusp of Summer and Autumn Apple iPod shuffle 2 GB Blue (4th Generation) NEWEST MODEL review

The last vestiges of summer are eking out the daylight glory that is waning. Soon, the dull overcast of autumn will take over the brilliance of June, July and August. Within the space of the cusping transitional days, there will be cool music. The Apple iPod Shuffle will maintain and supply that music as you, like I, examine how many permutations of red and yellow can be tasted in a sunset.

With 500 songs, you can listen from the corking of Port wine at the first sundown, through the first coffee after the second sundown. Around 27 hours will be enough if you choose your music well. It comes in several colors, matching what you wear like a flower on your lapel, or a discrete tattoo above your belt. Where it lacks comparatively in functions found on larger iPods, it brings currency and portability.

Lengthen summer's last sunset and your pleasure of listening by taking a train west. Watch out the window, absorb the convergence of seasons, and be there when the next one arrives. The conductor will understand.

Apple iPod shuffle 2 GB Blue (4th Generation) NEWEST MODEL
Whether Carlos Montoya's The Art Of The Flamenco (Digitally Remastered) dances with sound through his flamenco guitar, or Andrea Bocelli's Sacred Arias glorifies the moment with his aria Gloria a te, Cristo Gesù, the Shuffle will satisfy.

May the grace of autumn be met with sound and color, tuned into music and scenery worthy of now.

--Brockeim

Apple iPod shuffle 2 GB Blue (4th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

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