where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 21, 2014 § 40 Comments
Tagged: fall foliage, leaves, maple, master, red, red maple, sensei, teacher, trees
The Japanese Maple is indeed a master of colour. Well penned poem.
Always a treat to spend some time with your vision and wisdom…
I have often thought the same, but could never articulate it. Thank you:)
Oh, I need one of these in my yard!
This photo just makes me happy!
Beautiful reds. Great photo
So true! It is a quiet surprise at the end of the season.
Wow! Such vibrant reds! Having a Japanese maple is on my wish list. Someday I would love having a Japanese garden, too. I’m working on it.
Just so lovely.
I love Japanese maple.
Wow, so beautifully stated!
Beautiful – I love the vibrant red!
Very beautiful and nice!
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
I love the bright color in this photo! Hugz Lisa and Bear
It’s a gorgeous teacher!
Love the vibrant color.
Japanese maple is indeed a master teacher. I love that red!
Fantastic reds! 👍⭐🍁⭐
A wonderful haiku, very true.
This is stunning – the photo and the haiku –
Absolutely gorgeous photo
indeed a master teacher, so many varieties and variations throughout there year shine from the maple’s leaf.
love your photos gonna follow so I can see more
I love the way the red maple leaves pop against the violet background. Excellent nature photography!
Beautifully composed … Great Color Capture
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I liked it.
Very nice color rendering.
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