where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 22, 2015 § 27 Comments
Tagged: autumn, color, fall colors, fall leaves, fruit, grass, macro, taste, the senses, veins
Gorgeous color, beautiful pairing between image and word. Thank you for sharing.
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Loud and clear! Such rich beauty.
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Like a bruise on summer’s body…
Very beautiful purple macro.
awesome…I was thinking beets 🙂
Age therefore beauty 😉
Ahhh …… beautiful, effortless crossing of the senses. When I don’t have time to look at anything else in the morning, I always check your post. It gives me a lift every time. With thanks …..
Such a rich autumn colour. Reminds me of blackberries and elderberries. Picking them and finding your hands stained this colour! 😊
Wow! Stunning color! 🙂
Looks good enough to eat!
What a fantastic leave! The colour is lovely!
I’ll have a bite — thank you. 😕
That is a special shade of fall!
Very beautiful photo.
❤ This 🙂
beautiful and concise all at the same time. come see Damsels in Distress my new series. I think you might like it I certainly enjoy yours jlehman1945
I love when the leaves turn into mingled colours ❤
It amazes me that you can paint the world with so few words and capture it perfectly. Come see me jlheman1945 See if I paint it with more words by equally emotionally responsively.
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