where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 18, 2014 § 27 Comments
the landscape floods with color
and soaks into our every cell
fortifying us for winter’s long monochrome
Tagged: cell, fall foliage, fall leaves, flood, fortification, landscape, monochrome, seasons, trees
i needed to read this, thank you…
is there a way to get a copy of this photo and others? Gorgeous.
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Yea, from vibrant colors to monochrome 🙂
Colorful. Nice shot. Thanks.
A beautiful thought about autumns gift of colour
Beautiful. The autumn colours seem to lasting longer this year.
Sincerely perfect expression. How wonderful! Meredith
Beautiful indeed… photo and interpretation…
‘winter’s long monochrome’ perfect! Jane
Wonderful way to look at this season.
Yes, indeed! Storing it up 🙂
I comment rarely but I collect your photos and save them to my hard drive, to go back and enjoy over and over. Thank you for the continuing beautiful posts.
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
Very nice and beautiful!
Autumn, my favourite season.
Fantastic poem to go with the fantastic wall of fall color! A very bright spot in our day!! Awesome photo!! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Lovely and pithy!
Everyone needs to take one picture like this a season…and smile and remember when the snow is two feet deep…
It’s been a lovely fall!
The mental image of color soaking into cells and preparing us for the monochrome of winter is so great. As is the photo!
Beautiful photography. Taut, concise poetry.
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