where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 1, 2015 § 32 Comments
pumpkin on the mill stone
and so the seasons turn
Tagged: art for art's sake, autumn, decorations, fall, field, landscape, mill stone, pumpkin, season change, tree line, trees, wild ginger
Happy October to you, too!
Nice view from the old mill stone.
A genuine millstone, unusual with a fluted edge. Nice topper!
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Trees too. They and Field watch, smiling, at Mind’s efforts to use and improve upon Nature.
Nice setup and composition.
Beautiful pairing of words and image, rather bitter sweet in a way.
Now how did that come to be there?…
Lovely image and perfect combo of words. 💜
An interesting juxtapositioning.
It`s a beautiful setting and a very moving photo. I have found quite a lot of millstones in my area but can`t find a setting like yours to show them off 🙂
Works well centered. A Giant’s beret.
That’s a good play on words with turning.
This is beautifully simplistic. Leaves me feeling somewhat melancholy – I very much enjoy how you have managed to stir such emotion in only ten words!
Pumpkin soup on a foggy fall afternoon. Yum!
beautiful fall mandala!
Very creative, and a beautiful!
Creative concept , love the pumpkin, just in time for october.
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Perfect words for his pic!!!
Very nice and beautiful photo.
Love this, but wondering about the story of the millstone… is it on your property? How did it get there… and more. The photo sparked my curiosity!
This millstone resides at one of the gardens I tend. It’s a very old farmhouse with a tiny brook quite some distance away. So how it got there is a mystery!
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Beautiful blog you have here.
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