where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 25, 2016 § 7 Comments
a bluing sky
the turning of the trees
Tagged: autumn, bluing, fall foliage, fence, gate, landscape, leaves, mountains, saturation, shadow, trees, turning trees
An endless expanse of calm
A perfect view of the world and all she holds.
I’ve found it so hard to capture the blue of the skies on this trip — and I finally figured out that part of the reason is that the skies aren’t this beautiful blue. Gravel roads, a soybean harvest in full swing, and prairie fires put a pall over deeply saturated blue skies — once I get out of soybean territory, it will be interesting to see if the skies clear.
The photo’s a beauty. The gate is an implicit invitation to open, and enjoy.
I love autumn colours in the spotlight. Lovely.
And so very well–we could dissolved in all that
If this is where you live, then the place where you live is very beautiful!
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