Autumn Leaves

Because they’re pretty, that’s why.

Hope you’re having a lovely Sunday.

16 Comments on “Autumn Leaves”

  1. Like nature’s stained glass –

  2. wow, looks like stained glass

  3. It is quit chilly and there is some snow in Massachusetts today.

    Wind full of flurries
    cascade thru trees, red and gold
    grave of leaves on ground

  4. andreablythe – Bay Area, CA – Andrea Blythe is a cohost of the New Books in Poetry podcast. She is the author of Your Molten Heart / A Seed to Hatch (2018) a collection of erasure poems, and coauthor of Every Girl Becomes the Wolf (Finishing Line Press, 2018), a collaborative chapbook written with Laura Madeline Wiseman. She is cohost of the New Books in Poetry podcast, serves as an associate editor for Zoetic Press, and is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association. Learn more at:

    So pretty! Happy Sunday to you, too!

  5. That’s a phenomenal picture!

    We’re used to things fading out and desaturating (to misty gray or the dark of night) as they recede into the distance. The inversion here is really striking.

  6. Donna Leonard – Southern California – I like to write, read, knit, crochet, watch movies, watch way too much television, listen to music and play Drawsomething 2 somewhat obsessively, not necessarily in that order. You can find my irregular blog at: 3 kids: Twenty-three-year-old boy/girl twins, and a thirteen-year-old girl. 3 cats: fourteen-year-old female, three-year-old female, and a two-year-old male
    Donna Leonard

    It’s my new homescreen on my iPad, replacing an earlier sunset photo of yours.

  7. Absolutely gorgeous. I have one like it on my home desktop that I took at Mount Vernon, VA, a couple years ago.

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