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Wordless Wednesday


















Fall's last leaves.......
I am truly wordless-speechless today. I attempted to write all that has happened since I last posted but words fail me today. To quote the Grateful Dead-it's been a long strange trip.
Hopefully tomorrow I will be able to reflect on the activity of the last couple of months and show some more photos.
This is my first Texture Tuesday (albeit on Wednesday) in sooo long!
kimklassencafe

Comments

Shannon Jones said…
Gorgeous photo!
Thanks for dropping by and visiting me!
absolutely gorgeous composition and such wonderful texture processing - enjoy the colors and lines. the quote could describe my year, also - and, i hope that you will have a wonderful year ahead. what a beautiful blog. thank you, kareninkenai {coming from TT}
The words will come when you're ready. Beautiful image and use of texture.
Linda Trine said…
love your image...gorgeous texture!
so effective I love the result you created here
fotogran said…
Lovely image and processing!
Nikki said…
A gorgeous image. Sometimes you don't need words.
Suzanne Carter said…
Hi, just visiting and your image is just gorgeous really love it and your picture of 'rocky', blessings from downunder!
Amy said…
Hope all is well with you! Missed seeing your Texture Tuesday posts.
Kathleen said…
This is such a nice image! I love how the light seems to glow from within the leaves. Glad to see you are back!
Thanks so much everyone! It's great to be back.
Gosh, it has been a long time, Cathy. Hope everything is okay. Great to see you back. :)
Naquillity said…
and what a beautiful piece it is. your blog is so visually pleasing. so glad you stopped by my place and visited so i can come to your backyard again and stay awhile. have a great night.
Riet said…
Beautiful photo!
Thank you so much! Nice to visit again with folks, old & new!

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