I love how you put these together. Too cute and so very true.Have a terrific day at the farm. ☺
lovely pictorial perusal of October 'thinks' - I love "Fruit weeps for spring" especially, & the pic that goes with it
i must have fallen through Alice's hole and am in wonderland. I understand this one TOOOOOO... I love the shadows and the ponders.
Ah yes, for sure, autumn is the time to ponder so many things. I liked the words "Fruit weeps for spring" most of all.
You got it . . . let's do some pondering together . . .
:) Hug B
I love the total idea of pondering. We all need to do more of that.
I love to ponder and putter lol lovely words and photos ! Have a good day !
nice...what a cool trip around your place in autumn....
it'll be here before we turn around.
Love this pondering on autumn and the photos. You put the images and words together well.
I love how you have mixed the visual with the words, very clever.
breathing, lengthening, weeping, pondering fall! I love it (and your sweet animals!)
Great photos!Are those elderberries?
Fruit weeps for spring... yes, indeed. Beautiful!
Yes, very true words.Lynne x
It's like everything is waiting and watching for the turn of the seasons...lovely writing..:)
This is so nicely done and the words and photos just blend together. We are so fortunate to be a part of such beauty and experience. I am just watching the sun rise over the hill into a sky with pink clouds, some blue sky and that autumn yellow that blends right in. Aah, what a nice start to the day. Have a good one, you n your loved ones lol
Nice imagery, my friend.
Very cool how you have woven your photos so well into the web of your poem :)
Love it! especially the line 'fruit weeps for spring' ... your photos are pretty perfect too!
The words and photos fit perfectly together!
This is lovely. "We ponder." Brilliant! Thanks for sharing. :)
I am so far behind in making blog rounds! Such beautiful photos, Gail! That has to be the best spider web I've ever seen! I just happen to recognize a couple of those faces above too, in fact Papa Bear got a pretty close view of the Big Guy! If I recall correctly, Tractorman had quite a view angle too! ;-)
Love the perfect blend of words and photos.=)
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