As Autumn fades into Winter, I find myself longing for roasted chestnuts. Prickly, like the history of their maroons shades, they are Autumn’s chocolates.Continue reading “Maroons, Autumn’s Chocolates”
It all started with a dragonfly in amber. Dragonfly, the epitome of a perfect moment. Amber, the symbol of courage. The courage to live in the moment, for each moment is perfect. And Autumn captured it for eternity. dragonfly amber symbol courageContinue reading “Amber, Autumn’s Dragonfly Moment Captured in a Leaf”
Flirting with the last of the sunlight, Autumn let down her leaves so that his gold rays catch the shivers of red in her stems, the last bursts of life. Thus, Auburn was born, a color to remind us that there was life in the papery rasp underfoot.Continue reading “Auburn Autumn and Acorns”
Seeing from afar, carnelian (or cornelain) leaves are Autumn’s attempt at making… butterscotch.Continue reading “Carnelian Autumn and Butterscotch”
Welcome to Scarlet Autumn and Chestnuts, Shades of Fall.
Dressed today only in russet and sepia, underneath a cloak of raindrops, Autumn painted her lips scarlet to match her passion for life.
Whoever said Autumn if full of dead lives hasn’t seen her jumping through puddles.