Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Beautiful...so serene. We got a little snow here yesterday, but I haven't been out to check the leaves...hope they weren't ruined.
love seeing the leaves dance...and even take a swim in autumn....did she say snow? not yet please...
oh...I can feel the moment
Lovely juxtaposition of surface darkness reflecting the tree, and light leaves that float (for a while).
Gorgeous photos and beautiful words! I am pea green with envy over the falling leaves photo. I've tried to catch them for years... sigh.
Vicki, your leafy armada have found a glorious sea in which to sail. And what beautiful light and clear reflections you found.xo
That is a wonderful setting and I like how the photos progress from close up to larger scene with wonderful reflection of the tree.
Haikus from BeaufortOdd creatures flyingformation, the pelicanscome back to the beach.Yellow marsh grass bendsto welcome the chilly tideWe wait for winter.
Autumn leaves are infinitely fascinating. I love watching them rain down from the trees and tremble on the surface of water.
Drifting leaves in a world of poetry!
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