A solitary leaf —
One of my favorite photographs, for no particular reason.
Death is a solitary endeavor.
Then we’ll call it by its French name, une feuille morte.
Great catch because in a minute the wind will have it off on an adventure!
Wow, Julia, I love this comment. It gives me a whole ‘nother way to look at the leaf — and life.
I can see why you like this. I love the combination of pattern-with-disruption, the contrast of man-made with nature, and the general fall feeling of it. A lovely capture, in my opinion. 🙂
Thanks very much, Stef.
I also think that’s a lovely photo. There are so many treasures to see all around us if we take the time to look.
Those are my favorite things to photograph, Terri. The stuff that’s just there, kind of hiding in plain sight.
Thanks very much for coming by and commenting. It’s much appreciated.
You’re so welcome!
OH! LOVE THIS! Sooooo pretty. The red swirls in the brick just draws me right in. Beautiful!
I’m glad you like it, Angelia. Thanks for your visit!
perfect for a View From the Woods – (sub)urban and rural at one time.
I think that may turn out to be my environment, kind of middling!
(When is little sister planning her appearance??????)
I like the simple beauty in it. Peaceful, simple and beautiful.
Your comment makes me think of a line I always loved, from a hymn, I believe:
‘Tis a gift to be simple…
Because it’s harder to be simple than complicated!
Stunning in its simplicity!
So glad there are so many simple kindred souls!
Very beautiful. Best wishes, Ellen
I’m in love with autumn, especially with the yellow leaves…
By the way your blog is lovely, I liked it and am following ur blog now 🙂
Thank you very much, I hope you enjoy.
I went to visit your blog, and like the photos, and very much enjoy your text where I can read it!
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