278/365: top of the ridge, autumn
There is no season when such pleasant and sunny spots may be lighted on, and produce so pleasant an effect on the feelings, as now in October.
– Nathaniel Hawthorne
273/365: blue sky / yellow leaves
An autumnal companion to this spring reflection. I never tire of the play of light, color, and movement on the water. This image to me shines with all the intensity of a bright, sunny fall day, full of unbelievably intense color.
In another part of the town, the greens are coming on more aggressively.
This is nature’s riot. The astounding co-existence of so many life forms all just doing their thing, thriving along, being glorious individuals together in a beautiful entangled mess.
It’s something for us to aspire to.
When I was a little girl, this was my favorite color and I called it POYPUL 🙂
I’ve enjoyed this rainbow-colored creative exercise so much over the past week that I’m thinking of making it a seasonal thing; I’m enchanted by the idea that, by summer, I’ll be able to discover all seven gorgeous hues in natural forms.
12/365: violet spiral
Day two of the rainbow colors theme. Yesterday it was -20 something windchill so I could only stay out for a short time. It was like a scavenger hunt with the clock ticking down…just enough time to spy with my little eye. Or the other way round.
7/365: orange eyes
Check out my classic Minnesota January style: only my eyes are bare. On Facebook. Snapped yesterday, heading out to take photos.
I received photos from the Traffic Signal Mural Project of my finished utility box. My design, “Wet Paint” is an old favorite, a shot of the perfect juicy swirl of vibrant colors Sawyer had on his palette one hot summer day before he dug in with his brush. I love the contrast of this image against the brick wall.