Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Finding Color in Darkness


If you really look even on a rainy, gloomy fall day you can find color that will bring peace and hope.
Happy Bloom Tuesday

20 comments:

Mrs. E said...

Ah, your picture is the reason I love fall!! Beautiful! Those colors are wonderful.

Phillip said...

That is really beautiful!

The author said...

I'm so jealous of your beautiful trees! My trees leaves, unfortunately, barely turn yellow and drop off, so we miss out on the beautiful fall color.

The Army of Four said...

GORGEOUS!!!

Becca's Dirt said...

Beautiful. Have a great day.

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

What a beautiful picture!

Janet said...

Just beautiful Bren. Love the fiery colors of fall.

Kelly said...

....beautiful color in this tree. I love to walk in the rain too. It softens the camera's eye.

AJEYA RAO said...

Lovely Mapel leaves....is this from your Garden?

Bren said...

Ajeyo, this is in our garden. Thank you for the wonderful comments. ENJOY the Fall!

Tootsie said...

what a gorgeous photo!

Susie said...

That tree is beautiful!

Darla said...

So true.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Stunning photo..love the colors! :)

L. D. Burgus said...

Yes I need to go out in the 41 degree temperature day and take photos before I loose the leaves. Beautiful photo.

Gail said...

Beautifully said and photographed! How apt when we've been living with more rainy days then not rainy days! gail

nonizamboni said...

Ah, us gardeners are of the same mind! I posted today about shadows using some of our MN color.
Hope you're enjoying your autumn on your farm. Happy week, dear bloggy friend.

Cindy Garber Iverson said...

Oh WOW is that a gorgeous shot! I just love your photos so much. I always smile.

Jen's Journey said...

Absolutely stunning....

Sue said...

What a beautiful collection of photos you have! I enjoyed looking at all of the posts on this page. I want to come back to see your video on seed saving. What I do in fall, is scatter the seedheads around where I'd like them to grow. I have brought some in before, but don't remember if I planted them. Oh, I did plant some cockscomb my neighbor saved wrapped in foil.