Leaves shout their colours.
Flushed, they demand attention,
dying in glory.
Beautiful, Sarah! 🙂
Thank you, Sylvia 🙂
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Perfect, as always!
Thank you, Naomi 🙂
That’s one thing about the Northern Hemisphere – the Autumn colours – not something we see all that much this side.
Beautiful photo Sarah, and well put – dying in glory indeed…
I suppose in the Southern Hemisphere you need to go to parts of Australia or to New Zealand to see equivalent Autumn colours.
Such a beautiful haiku dearest Sarah, you are so good at these, and you always find the perfect, seasonal photograph. Just lovely. Thinking of you… hugs… xxxx
Thank you, dearest Sherri. I’m in danger of running out of photos as I’ve been lurking indoors too much, concentrating on the “big project”. Must go somewhere interesting with my camera soon! Maybe we should try to meet up when you said. The New Year seems miles off, but then you’re doing your big project, too, so maybe we should wait. Hugs to you, too xxxx
Hope it’s all going well dearest Sarah. I’m still keeping those dates open, so let me know. It does seem a long way off doesn’t it to wait…have a think and let me know… More hugs in the meantime! 🙂 xxxx
Will let you know, dearest Sherri –although, lately, each day seems to be a time equivalent of washing that has shrunk in the wash! 🙂 xxxx
That’s a perfect analogy Sarah (you are such a great writer!). Must be the same clothing that the time gobbling monster wears 😉 Got your emails, many thanks, so sorry I didn’t get a chance to reply over the weekend, will do later today…and I hope you have a good November Monday dearest Sarah 🙂 xxxx
I will, dearest Sherri. And the same good wishes to you for today. May it be a productive one for both of us 🙂 xxxx
Thank you dearest Sarah 🙂 xxxx
so poignant- those autumn colours are so brief!
I noticed this morning how the trees have changed overnight in the woods. It is unseasonably warm here, though. My begonias, geraniums, and ox-eyed daisies are still going strong, and not a sign of frost yet.
oh I heard!! we are in the damp greys here!!
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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