Friday, November 1, 2013

Photo Heart Connection: October

 
Maybe its the play of textures . . .  the roughness of the bark, the softness of the moss, the fragility of the fallen leaf.  Maybe its the way the bark cradles the fallen leaf, not quite ready to let go.  Maybe its the play of colors, green and brown marking a change in the seasons. Maybe its because I love woodland walks at this time of year.  Maybe it's all of these things and more that made me choose this image for my Photo Heart Connection this month.

Linking up with Kat for this months photo heart connection.

18 comments:

  1. What a lovely photo ... absolutely beautiful.

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  2. i am def a sucker for texture so it is right up my alley and def evokes the season to me....have a lovely weekend!

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  3. This is a beautiful photo- I love how fragile the leaf looks

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    1. It does doesn't it. That was one of the things that appealed to me.

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  4. Beautiful image and lovely words, great photo-heart connection

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  5. As if it's sitting in it's own bowl created by nature. Well spotted and captured. I agree the textures and rich greens speak loudly as a wrapper for the pairing subjects.

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  6. I love the cradling of that single leaf - so gentle and supportive. A wonderful metaphorical image.

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    1. Thanks Brenda. . . it definitely had that feel about it.

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  7. Beautiful textures, Kathryn. Cradled in comfort! -- Michele at Sweet Leaf

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  8. What a lovely find! I love your description of the bark "cradling" the leaf - that's what I saw, too.

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  9. Beautiful image, with so many layers of meaning. A lovely Photo-Heart Connection.

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  10. Such a wonderful connection and for me, I feel the cradle of the leaf in the bark . . .speaks of safety and of comfort. Finally getting around to my photo-heart this month!

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  11. love the DoF here and the way the bark is embracing the leaf. wonderful shot!

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    1. Thank you, it did feel intimate (like an embrace).

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