Sandy, I always love your Haikus and this photo compliments it beautifully 🍎
That tree is actually in the pond behind our house. Most of the year, it is surrounded by water. The deer can get to it now, though.
That's a beautiful photo!
Well, thanks! I love autumn!
Lovely haiku, Sandy, and image radiating autumn!
It is probably my last autumn photo. We are getting heavy rain and high winds today. The leaves are flying.
__ Nice Sandy, your Autumnal meld of colors within those trail winds, of sight and sound; and now here, the bog-float. _myellow leavesfloat on these cranberry bogsthe unions
What an image your haiku produces in my mind! Thanks so much!
__ Just those contrary shades, that graceful union of seasonal color... eye thought. Thanks Sandy.seasons shadesthat timely paint this changeeye thought_m
The essence of fall in words and photo, Sandy. That autumn light is wonderful.
The color isn't so bright this year, but the light has extraordinary. Another reason to love autumn!
lovely photos, especially the rainbowa hawk flyingtoward a rainbowi follow his flightAdelaide
Thanks! It was an unusual rainbow, that is for sure.
love autumn apples, your haiku and photo. I run across crabapple trees here in the mountains and for some reason they just make me feel good to look at them.
Same here! I am sure this tree ended up in the pond because of birds or other wildlife. I like that it belongs to them.
Thanks! The shimmering cattails in this photo made really nice bokeh.
Lovely photo and perfect words.All the best Jan
Thanks, Jan! The haiku and photo turned out to be a good pairing in this haiga.
so much said with a few words and a lovely image.i can imagine a trail winds to the tree, everyone loves apples. Thanks for enjoying my art today.