A question posted in her window by the Lady Who Posts Poems, November 2020, Philadelphia
Les Feuilles Mortes, 1945, Jacques Prévert, 1900-1977, French
Delaware and South Eastern Pensylvania, 2010-2020
Fruit of the hardy orange bush falls in October
5 thoughts on “What color is this blowing autumn wind that it can stain my body with its touch?”
Wow. Wonder and amazing vibrancy!
Jolie lecture du poème.
Sarah,How stunning the image that you placed behind the poem!
I take my time with each shot & then I move through them quickly as if I am the rustling wind.
A blur of autumn tones;yellow golds,amber,raw sienna cinnamon,butterscotch,apricot,sorrel,soft orange & burnt orange,even chartreuse,muted,magenta rose,bright cherry red……such magnificence.
Thank you, Jane! What a lovely list of colours. The one photograph you liked was taken at Winterthur on a gray day some years ago. I am not sure how the muted lavender arrived but I agree, it is gorgeous. Sarah
So many gorgeous photos. Thank you for sharing them with us.
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