Posted on October 2, 2013 by Catherine ArcolioPresents of Being Present autumn’s air is crisp and chill dalias on the windowsill Like this:Like Loading...
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Really like this photograph, the lighting and mostly the screen behind the flowers…a great look. Nothing like a crisp autumn morning to awake the soul again after a beautiful summer.
Beautiful. I love dahlias!
Thank you for the gifts you capture in time and the words that frame them. Be blessed, Tracey
As always, thank you!
Makes me feel rather ill
Pining for a daffodil.
Lovely background and light shining through the dahlia petals.
Beautiful dahlias!! Have a wonderful day!!
one of my favorites of yours!
I just wanted to add my voice to those who have already expressed their admiration for this photo. A wonderful capture. I love it.
Extremely beautiful! 🙂
A perfect observation on this time of year.
A reminder that beauty is right in front of us all the time.
Delightful. Blessings, Natalie
clever placing and comment
It is a blessing to be able to appreciate the here and now.
One sensitive, gorgeous picture after another. Each one a blessing. Thank you!
On Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 3:57 AM, leaf and twig wrote:
> ** > seedbud posted: ” autumn’s air is crisp and chill dalias on the > windowsill”
Thank you for your kind words.
lovely and I appreciate your title
Reblogged this on Foam of Days and commented:
I haven’t been posting anything for a while… Have a few finished projects, but just not in the mood..
I blame moody autumn.. Everything seems so silly and worthless in autumn.. I’m reading Japanese poetry, drinking cheap alcohol, dissolving in crisp autumn air.. escaping from reality in other words..
That is not Japanese, but still wonderful haiku from Leaf and Twig blog.. Have a look – it’s beautiful..
Julia – thanks so much for sharing me with your readers. So many endings in autumn it always makes me want to stop and just rest.
Let me add my voice to the acclaim. The photo is great–and particularly the decision to have the screen visible. I wouldn’t have thought to do so–but it’s a great idea.
Thanks! and thanks for all your comments 🙂
Such a beauty<3
A beautiful picture of lovely flowers with a very interesting background.
I have always liked the way the screen is captured, like a fog or mist…
Has this soothing air of silent joy and certitude
Very pretty colors…
Excellent post and photography
Pretty dahlias. 🙂
Thanks for liking my post. A friend of mine, who I follow, reposts your pictures a lot. You have a great eye for the subtle.
Ah, dahlias, one of my favs!
This is lovely. Really like the slight backlighting on the flowers.Thanks for visiting my blog, looking forward to following yours!
Beautiful – I love your poem!
Lovely words and arresting photography!
Lovely on this day go being present sweet Seedbud!
Simplicity and elegance at its fall finest. Bravo. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you for the recent “Like” on my blog. Best wishes.
I love this too!
Beautiful! Dahlia is our National Flower (in Mexico) 🙂
Beautiful use of back lighting!
Very nice..lovely shot. .I really like the texture of the screen in the background.
Love the photographs- simple, unfussy and evocative
I shall endeavour to keep mine the same!
Thank you for liking my post, I try to get new photos up at least once a week now
Thanks for your comments on my blog. I liked the combination of image and text on yours. There are some great images
The simplicity along with the complex perspective make this picture so special. The background comes across surrealistically,, is it the lighting, the focus? I don’t know, but I applaud the photographer. 🙂
The screen is like a canvas, behind the art, very nice!
Lifts my spirits just looking at your light filled Daliah photo essay.
A beautiful image
Superb light on that photo – I love the way it shines through the petals. Like the verse you’ve added too 🙂
A really appealing photo. Thanks for visiting my blog Living in Rural Mallorca, enabling me to discover yours too.
Thanks for dropping by my site the other day. Really appreciate it.
Such a beautiful presentation. I, like others, love the use of the screen, the light filtering through the delicate petal of the flower and the window sill. Just perfection.
A gift of a picture
oh yes! I’m so glad you liked my blog again. I had forgotten what a delight your blog is to me. Cheers!
Hi! Your posts are beautiful, like them very much…No idea how to show it though…A lovely weekend…
I loved it!