The rustle of leafless branches after sunset sound like whispers on the wind… haunting… melodic…. enchanting.
Listen closely to those whispers; focus with intent. Sometimes they carry a message. Listen to the message. Listen to the tone.
Not everything is black and white…
(Posted in part in response to Debbie’s open invitation to a Seven Day Challenge)
It’s One Word Sunday once again, and this week, Debbie’s theme is ‘Pink’. The Seedlings are on their way out now, but every time I look at them there is always a new flower that has opened. They have been a remarkable surprise this year, those little Seedlings have!
A few days ago, I spotted this blood red flower, all by itself apart from one of the pink flowers a little way behind it. I knew that this week’s theme was going to be ‘Pink’, but I used one of the pink Seedlings for my interpretation of ‘Wet’ last week, so didn’t want to use another one of those… I saw this and thought it would be a good compromise. The pink element has been fulfilled, if only as a splash of background colour, and this little flower now gets to live on forever more! And it has a subtle link to my Hallowe’en theme for this month as well!
Just before Moonset the wolves settle.
A Six Word Saturday Halloween post.
One Word Sunday is back this week, and Debbie has set the theme of ‘Wet’. There has been an abundance of wet things of late, but I have opted to use one of my photos from those little Seedlings that provided lots of colour (and photographs!) over the Summer. Wet petals and a purple and green photograph welcome in October. Purple and green – perfect colours for the Hallowe’en period! (For more interpretations of the theme, please visit Debbie’s site via the link at the beginning!)
And here we go! Hallowe’en Month is Upon us! (White Rabbits, by the way!)
October 1st 2017! #Inktober! Welcome to Swift Manor, the strange house on the hill… there are some lights on; but is anybody home???
<- If you’d like to take part in Inktober, details are in <- this link!