I’ve never been know to be ‘colorful’, except for maybe my language at times. I’m more of an earth-tone kinda girl. So these are what I was attracted to: browns, greys (or is it grays?), and reds.
Welcome to my interpretation of ‘colorful’.
All photo taken at Barclay Farmstead, Cherry Hill, NJ
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I’m low on bark but long on leaves while walking through the park nearby that is blanketed in red and gold. Each step I take makes a crispy, crunching sound. Like something out of a horror movie. I even scared myself! You know, like when you’re watching something spooky, and you’re shouting to the TV. “Don’t go in the basement!” “Why would you follow the sound. RUN WHILE YOU CAN!” “DON’T OPEN THAT DOOR!”
Thank goodness it was so gorgeous or I might have had to turn around. “NO! DONT LOOK BEHIND YOU!!!”
WALK THIS WAY…
Knight Park, Collingswood, NJ Autumn, 2014
Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. ~ Albert Camus
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“Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.” ~ George Eliot
Autumn in town…
Autumn at the Jersey shore… 😉
Any way you cut it, it’s a magical, mystical, marvelous time of year.
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A LITTLE SCARY FUN
NOT MY CUP O’ TEA. JUST MEDIUM BLACK, PLEASE.
PLAY BY THE RULES? NAH!
A CHILD’S POINT OF VIEW
An optimist is a person who sees a green light everywhere, while a pessimist sees only the red stoplight… the truly wise person is colorblind. ~ Albert Schweitzer
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A visit from family. A trip to the Philadelphia Zoo. A fabulous, warm, autumn day. And a chocolate ice cream cone. These all made for an incredibly fun Saturday.
The bears have their own waterfall. If it were me living there, I’d be frolicking in that pool. It was toasty yesterday.
A look at the bear’s digs from the other side of the glass.
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I headed into the trees, down the brown, leafy path. Enveloped in overgrown greenery. Bumps and stumps jumping out in front of me along the narrow trail. My intention, to escape. To find solitude in the depths of the woods. To find peace in the whisper of the leaves and the skittering of the squirrels. At least I hoped it was squirrels. It wasn’t long before I saw him. Encircled in sun light. He beaconed to me. “Come closer,” I thought I heard him say. “This way.” I’m sure that’s what I heard.
Do you see him? Can you feel him? He was there. I swear.
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A web of wires
Dangling, tangling and,
Far away in the distance,
I see the puffiness of the clouds,
The wonder of the sky,
The unreachable, unbelievable,
The unfathomable number of miles and miles.
Somewhere in the distance.
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“Excuse me while I kiss the sky.”