Wednesday, December 5, 2012

 
Late season
Bareness and shadows
a time when you can really see the bones
and the garden in late fall is
bleak too

8 comments:

  1. It's good to see those bones. I try to think of the garden as 'resting.'

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    1. yes, resting....I like that attitude

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  2. and once the garden has had it's reprieve, it will burst once again, come spring. Aren't the seasons 'reason'able~
    Oh, and here I thought you already was a size 0;)
    Blessings

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    1. hee hee.....I wish.....nope it's all sagging right on schedule

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  3. I like the resting idea of the garden too. And how pretty it awakens in the spring.

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  4. But I find it beautiful, still, its beauty spare and refined while it rests and gathers strength.

    Blessings,

    Victoria

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  5. I like seeing the bones of a garden. Because where there are bones....there are birds to be seen:) But I also like the structure they add to garden.

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  6. i love all the structure that really sings
    this time of year,
    like a sculpture garden.
    and your words are pure art.
    -Jennifer

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