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The reflections of this old Tree and its roots remind me of  inherited things, how I have been growing, and how I like the direction for my life to be.

Reflecting before all the celebrations, so I’m not dazed by the beginning of the new year, wondering what to do and how to be.





Left over leaves
the last rose
the last leaves
the most precious






covers itself
with a blanket of
The sun turns out late
fading in strength
Branches becoming  more bare
Long shadows appearing earlier each day
Nature accepting
Time for winter to appear on the scene



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12 Comments Add yours

  1. prior.. says:

    Jesh – such a nice seasons’ post…
    and those roots that reminded “of inherited things” was such a unique association – really cool

  2. Mama Zen says:

    Awesome shadows!

  3. Pat says:

    Hi Jesh! That tree surely does have large roots clinging to the earth so strongly. I also love the slanted light of late autumn. I hope you will enjoy all the festivities ahead in December–hard to believe it is the last month of the year!

  4. handmade by amalia says:

    I love old trees.

  5. LET'S PAINT says:

    Beautiful first photo, Jesh – my fave!

  6. My Desktop says:

    I can’t believe it’s less than 3 weeks to Christmas! Better start preparing and what better start than a wallpaper for our computer screens?

  7. Mitzi says:

    Lovely thoughts today! It is definitely beginning to feel like Winter out here…seems to be earlier this year than last. Alas, since we have had rain since Friday…it is getting dark around 3ish…a bit earlier than it should. Lovely photos!

  8. Sallie says:

    Beautiful shadow and a time for reflection indeed. Thank you for hosting.

  9. miyahde says:

    Hello; I LOVE the beautiful pictures with the brilliant (hope the right phrase for what I ‘m thinking) ; really poetic. Thank you so much for your sweet comment and hosting.

    Since childhood, I also wondered what if the lantern catch the fire p:-) I’m happy to know that you are interest in Japanese tea. I only have ceremonial one (thick tea) occasionally but I have normal one several cups a day(♡^.^♡)

    Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

  10. KL says:

    Entered this week in the meme. Sorry could not do last week as got too busy. Love that shadow picture on the barn. I wish you were here in the east coast. Could have gone out with you doing photography.

  11. jMo says:

    Getting a head start on your reflections is a pretty good idea and that’s kind of an amazing pic of the tree and its roots.

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