I call November and December the pregnant months. Spring is usually viewed as the time of re-birth, thus the fall months to me are those that are full of potential in many striking ways. I have been taking photos of seeds and having fun with color, texture, and shapes. These are just a very few of the pregnant stage in nature.
All are so different and intriguing in their own way. Do you recognize any of them?
All of them, in fact. What a lovely gallery of pix. Just so well done. Thank you.ReplyDelete
One, the spikey sort of seeds belong to the tree outside my window.ReplyDelete
I love the description you use, like a pregnant pause.ReplyDelete
I have never thought of November and December as the pregnant months before, but I like it!ReplyDelete
This is a great way to look at fall and the seasons.ReplyDelete
That's a nice way to think of this time of year.ReplyDelete
Milkweed and sweetgum, the others too, but cannot say...dang it. Maple? Chinese lantern? Actually I do not know the last one. Love!ReplyDelete
Not sweetgum but a chestnut. But you are correct on the milkweed.Delete
I thought I was going to have to congratulate you on a Christmas miracle. :)ReplyDelete
Now I know why our family has so many birthdays in November and December. Sadly I cannot name any of the plants but I have seen them all.ReplyDelete
Since lockdown I have been taking so many close up pictures of nature. I can't believe I could pass by so many common flowers thinking they were not that interesting. There isn't one which fails to fascinate me now. I loved your pictures.ReplyDelete
Beautiful autumnal images Tabor.ReplyDelete