Sunday, October 18, 2009

Autumn...Silence Listening to Silence

-Thomas Hood (1799-1845)*




This post is part of a photo challenge: Orange at The Women's Colony
*I believe this poem is attributed to this Thomas Hood. Mr. Hood had a son also named Thomas who became a well known playwright and editor. The younger Tom Hood b. 1835, d. 1874.

7 comments:

g said...

Quite lovely. I love the single leaf, and the way you've framed the pumpkin.

Middle Aged Woman said...

Love the pumpkin, too. And the sun through the leaves? Too much. I went eith inanimate objects because I have a crappy little point and shoot camera. Too much blur in the wind.

MidLifeMama said...

Great pictures! Thanks for visiting my blog by the way.

debra said...

I love this time of year,especially the quality of the light. Thanks for these lovely photos.

Furrow said...

Beautiful. I hope there was some dancing around that fire.

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

While your fire is beautiful, I never like to think of fire in October. Here in SoCal we call October "wildfire season." I'd much prefer October to be the season for gorgeous leaves such as yours!

Jodi Anderson said...

I love how you have a natural theme going on amongst the photos, yet still managed to find lots of orange. I envisioned something more like this out of myself, but then ... rain, rain, rain, rain.

Thank you so much for playing along, Emily. I really appreciate your comments and other input. I hope that you can play along for the blue challenge.


Have a lovely weekend.