lovely, lovely picture and poem. I feel a little homesick for autumn :)
Beautiful! Makes one feel that all is right with the world just looking at it.
An excellent picture. A keen eye it was that saw it. And the Haiku is just out of this world. They are perfect for each other.
Yes - what a picture!x
c'est rare chez toi une photo en couleur, automne belle saison pour cette lumiere. J'aime beaucoup les branches arbres tres beau Roxana.
Roxana , yes, i am still "here," meaning alive.thanks for your message. i have been busy in my practical world. besides, the "heart's echoes render no song when the spirit is mute".i have been mutish but tonight the catatonia has abated slightly.sometimes, i feel i am a manic depressive. i feel like "writing", so i am about to post a "poem" on my blog.your photos are beautiful but i have not seen them properly yet. you see, words like fantastic, fabulous, stupendous, wonderful, if applied to your photos mean nothing. i look for sadness and beauty in your pics. i see you have been prolific too. i have, through your blog seen some other blogs you watch. they are quite good too, especially the romanian man's. thanks anyway.
two autumns to ward off inevitable spring
Sorlil, I am always homesick for autumn :-)
Thank you for visiting, Frances, if you felt like this, I think this is perhaps the greatest compliment, so I am deeply honoured.
Dave, I am happy you think so. I don't know, but if I have to think about 'perfection', then this haiku would be it.
Thank you, Rachel.
Merci, Siam. au fait j'ai beaucoup de photos en couleur, mais ce dernier temps il est vrai que j'ai poste plutot du noir et blanc, c'est parce que j'ai developpe beaucoup de negatifs n & b et je suis en train de travailler la-dessus. mais je viens juste de poster encore une fois des couleurs :-)
hi, kubla, I am glad to hear that you are slowly emerging out of the catatonic state :-) your posts have been missed.I see sadness and beauty always, when I look at things. thank you for being here.
fff, inevitable spring, yes, but right now we still have patches of snow around here. and I still have undevelopped films with snow storms :-)
So you speak Japanese as well.. Ihave no idea how many languages you do. Admirable!
a few, Peter :-) but I have started to forget my Japanese since I don't live there anymore.
there's movement and sadness in the poem, serenity in the photo - the trees and water *know*