Tuesday, October 18, 2011

November trees

On our drive home across Ontario, I photographed some November trees, branches suddenly evident. These are from the Manilla area, taken from the car. It's good to be home. My stack of books was waiting.

The quilt that covers the sleeping body takes on that energy, like an imprint, like a memory. Jane Whiteley

13 comments:

Nancy said...

Such beautiful tree photos! And quilt...lovely...

Els said...

Love all the ripples in the quilt and the beautiful silhouettes of those trees (another inspiration ....)

Carrie said...

Wow! I'm well impressed with your quilt, it's gorgeous.

Serena said...

it's dreamy.

deanna7trees said...

gorgeous quilt and exquisite images.

arlee said...

alas, November overtakes October all too soon...........

Valerianna said...

Ahhh, bare branched trees in fields. I see how your artists eye sees with these photos.

Anonymous said...

Wow the stitching in that quilt. Exquisite!! Love the bare trees, too.

Dolores said...

Manilla, as in north of Port Perry? We were just there on Saturday coming home from Lindsay. I took photos of red and yellow leaves that were still on trees.

Jacky said...

A beautiful quilt, so soft and peaceful....tranquil.

The photos of the trees are wonderful, and taken from a car!!! You are an experienced traveller.

Next week my husband and I drive up to Dubbo (inland Australia). I will have the camera at the ready.

Sweet dreams under that beautiful quilt.

Jacky xox

Judy Martin said...

Dolores, there were still leaves on trees that were gathered close together - as in a bush or forest.

But these lonely trees - nada.

montse llamas-artsandcats said...

Interesting quote. I've never slept beneath a quilt.

Rs To Gold said...

as in north of Port Perry? We were just there on Weekend returning home from She. I took images of red and yellow results in that were still on plants..

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