Assembled Objects,Altars and Other Things -
A Closer View
How wonderful to put the Phoebe Traquair's gold and angels alongside the gold of the leaves, they match so exactly. The divinity of angels and the divinity of nature! (Mind you I have a propensity for divinity/ies). The buddleia leaf/boat may also be setting out on its journey across the Acheron to the next world or across the celestial fields or skies towards another constellation. And the fallen fruit, the windfalls, were gifts to the gods, because of the perfection of their ripeness. Such great photos - and collage - of leaves and autumn - I've been taking shots of leaves too, an unexpected, or forgotten (by me!) benefit of autumn xx
" Perfection of their ripeness " is a whole new way to view windfalls!.... and I like the idea of buddleia boats setting out across celestial fields ~xx
The autumn is the time of warm golden colors.
Your words and images reflect the season and touch me
Beautiful seasonal images, the leaves turn into all sorts of shapes and with a little bit of imagination one can see many different things, thank you for sharing these mellow colours with the Mosaic Monday crowd this week.
Gorgeous! Beautiful fall.
Lovely array of leaves, fruit for Autumn ~ wonderful photos ~ ^_^A ShutterBug Explores ~ aka (A Creative Harbor)
Luv the leaf study, Happy Mosaic Mondaymuch love...
Battered and bruised they fall to the ground ... it seems to happen often lately, and not only with leaves! May favorite is I think your second capture, although it's hard to say "favorite" since each has its won beauty:) Many thanks for sharing this experience with a symbolic undertones with All Seasons. Have a pbeautiful week!
The Autumn pear is the perfect addition to your tableau .... I so admire your ability to show us the beauty you see in what some would term 'the ordinary' .... you show us that every bit of nature is extraordinary!
Very pretty arrangements.
Mmm. I need to get some fresh peaches and apples - it's that time!Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/10/wind-and-water-water-and-wind.html
...Ruby, treasures from nature, wonderful. Thanks for sharing this lovely post, please stop again.
Such gorgeous photos! All the colors intermingle! Love these!
Beauty in the windfalls. Lovely in words and images.
a very beautiful collection :)
Dear Ruby - I was reminded that fallen leaves have their own unique patterns and colors, that each is ONLY ONE leaf in this world. I imagined a fairy might be in the leaf canoe. Your always set fire on my imagination.Yoko
I love colorful leaves. I think the next time we hike I'll pick some up. I brought home a pinecone last time! lol Hugs!
Great series of fall images; very appealing indeed, and artfully displayed.
So beautiful, artful and wild. Loved each glimpse.
Fallen leaves are always calm in their season. I like your arrangement of the leaves. So lovely.