where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 14, 2014 § 40 Comments
in her red dress
Tagged: fashion, landscape, maple, maple leaves, red dress, trees, vamp, woods
Huh… The words themselves paint the image. Superb
She truly does! Gorgeous!
Yes it does!
Nice shot very good.
Beautiful–we in the south are still green.
Yes, it does! Gorgeous!
Yes she does 🙂
love those birches against the reds and oranges…makes me smile..
Very Pretty! :+))
She’s a beauty.
I LOVE this photo!
She seems a bit shy, too. 🙂
OH! She does seem shy doesn’t she! 🙂
The perfect autumn moment!
I love the maple with the birch tree. Everyone needs a little red dress!
That is beautiful! Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my pictures.
Love the pairing of the words and photo!
Certainly turns my head … 🙂
Interesting. I like it, but can’t find a ‘like’ button on this post.
So I used my Mac’s ‘find’ facility — it said the word occurs seven times, but didn’t highlight them at all (usually it makes them visible). Good luck.
Really stunning image – complemented by simple powerful words – thank you for liking walkwithjoy. We are on the same journey. Good to meet you.
beautiful shot!! tree to the left really accents the shot. nice
Beautiful photo in its simplicity. Thank you for sharing!
Gorgeous photo, love it!
You always capture such stunning sites. I so enjoy visiting your blog when ever I get the chance. Keep ’em coming young lady!
Beautiful pictures and word imagery…I’m excited to be following your blog and seeing your posts. Nature in all her moods is one of my favorite topics to read, view, and think about. 🙂
great metaphor… Jane
Stunning gorgeous 😉
Delightful! I tweeted it 🙂
Lovely photo and poetry here! 🙂
Lovely, precise. I adore maples. Thank you for stopping by LifeOfGeborgenheit. Best wishes, Rebecca
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