Even along the banks of our river the autumn colours have been prevalent. The many and varied shades of yellow are incredible. Who knew there were so many variants?
Add a breeze to this autumn palette and it feels as if the trees are dancing, rejoicing almost in their change of attire. Soon enough these branches will be covered in snow creating yet another glorious scene.
AUTUMN is this week’s One Word Photo Challenge word from Jennifer Nichole Wells. If you aren’t already familiar with Jennifer’s challenge, you really should head over now to join the fun.
I stumbled upon this photo the other day that I took for the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge of Inspiration a few weeks back. Looking at it again I wondered how it would look as a black and white.
Don’t know about you but I actually think it looks better in black and white as it really makes the raindrops pop and shine. To see the colour version click here.
The inner new growth of this geranium was so tightly twisted yet, as hard as it was to believe, there was still room for raindrops settling in the grooves within.
Oh Mother Nature, I do so love your endless supply of natural beauty – may it be there for generations to come!
With the snow slowly creeping down the mountain, the colors of the leaves will soon disappear as the weight of the snow strips those last remaining leaves from the trees, leaving the branches bereft of all color and life.
The question is, when will we have such snow that has our trees become naked? “Mum, how much longer?”