Saturday, October 06, 2012

Shadow Shots: Morning Glory

Autumn Dawn

I don't often see the dawn, not being much of a morning person. But I'm glad I didn't miss this today: Our old maple breathing in light, like a swimmer's face rising from the sea of shadows.

Just a few minutes later, the sun lit up the far woods at the other end of the world:

Morning Glory

The light here in fall is glorious, made all the more precious by the knowledge that it cannot stay for long. br />


Catherine said...

what a lovely scenic spot

Sylvia K said...

Glorious fall colors they are and what lovely captures for the day!! Enjoy your weekend!!

Ralph said...

Gorgeous foliage! In southern New England, due to the very warm March, the buds were earlier and alas, the leaves are falling. But we take solace in the bold yellow, red and orange hues prior to their falling. Sweet and I an glad the morning for that shot...

myletterstoemily said...

i don't know what is more beautiful,
your photos or your prose . . . "like
a swimmer's face rising . . . " lovely.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Love the idea of the maple "breathing in light"! Enchanting morning colours and shadows!

Anonymous said...

Ah...and that is why I am a morning person (that and its the only time I can be left allow from the 4 animals known as my daughters)
I love the vivid contrast of red, orange and deep green pine.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I'd say it was worth getting out of bed for these glorious shots!

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Chubskulit Rose said...

Lovely Fall foliage!

My Shadow Shot
Have a great weekend!

Paula Scott said...

You said it-GLORIOUS! It really is.

Daryl said...

beautiful .. here the leaves are mostly still green with some rust thrown in but never ever do we get that kind of exquisite fall color ..