where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 24, 2015 § 31 Comments
the pumpkin’s tale
Tagged: blossom, garden, growing, leaves, macro, orange, pumpkin patch, pumpkins, squash blossom, story, tale, trilogy, vine
So it is
Hah! very clever!
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A wonderful way to start the day.
Nine photo, bat, above all, I like a lot your eyes, the way you use the to see wonder and beauty.
One frame completely embracing the season. Just lovely.
I like the composition!
Lovely colors and observation.
Wow! What a treat!!!
Another nice one, Leaf and Twig! I love the thought going with it, too!
Great photo! Makes me want the tiny pumpkins in my garden to grow, grow, grow!
whisper it to them – it seems they hear!
I was hoping that these were “found tales,” and not edited. I don’t know why, because the image tells it’s own story. And the poem – just right, no matter what!
“its” (from another editor)
Oh yes – found. All my images are found – never staged. It’s part of the magic.
Oh I’ve been to your site to order prints, but I’m always paralyzed with indecision because they are all so perfect. And this one is another.
Oh thanks! If there’s any image you’d like that isn’t on the site just email me and I’ll make it available.
Oh wow, that time already!!
WOWZA! My eyeballs LOVE the colors! 🙂
A smile to begin the day. Thank you
I think the pumpkin flower is so delicate. I loved your post!
hello seedbud its dennis the vizsla dog hay pumpkins!!! dada luvs pumpkins!!! ok bye
It was inspirational and the photography is beautiful. jlheman1945
Great image especially for this time of year!
Beautiful colors and composition!
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