Still Life Up At The Allotment Windfalls – with thoughts of Andrew Wyeth Six Word Saturday Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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As autumn arrives in your neck of the woods spring is in full swing down here. The fruit trees in the garden are bursting with blossom!
Temperatures have been pushing the 30s too ….. and still no rain. 😦
Love your little collage! Or maybe even a pastiche?
Nice to think of you be-blossomed, Ark. Bloom on!
Nature, at its artful best. 🙂
Must be nearly time for Harvest Festival, Tish 🙂 🙂 The birds are positively sated with apples in our garden, but I’ve noticed the Red Admirals can’t seem to get enough. How goes the family history?
Have filed the FH for now. Phew! It doesn’t have waste a lot of time. But yes, apples galore, and early too, and the red admirals having a second flush and staying late. Happy weekend to you, Jo.
Nature is a wonderful artist.
Lovely composition, masterfully recorded. My hat is off!
That’s very nice of you to say so, Ron. Thanks.
Nicely captured, Tish
Thank you. One from my sunset prowl around all the plots 🙂
A sunset prowl….slug and bug hunt?
They certainly come out in force then. But the prowl is usually more about taking photos. I like snapping away in fairly poor light. A bit perverse I know 🙂
Whatever works for you, Tish!!
I miss finding apples on the ground.My trees never did to well but on occasion there would be one or two.
Andrew W. is one of my favorite artist. Oh to be able to paint like he did. Just a dream
I love his work. So atmospheric.
Chapeau …from me ,too!
Love shot, Tish. It has me thinking applesauce. 🙂
Apple sauce is a good thought, Janet. I shall command the windfalls on my counter top to organise themselves into one 🙂
I can get the scent of your apples right here…….lovely!
And they are smelling so very wonderful this year 🙂
Styled or as they fell? Gorgeous whichever way.
Ha! As found apart from moving one of the leaves 🙂
A still life of the fall of autumn in the leaves. Love the colors.
Thank you. I love fall colours, even as I miss the passing of the growing season. I find them energizing somehow,
Beautiful, Tish. Andrew Wyeth–oh, yes!
Love the colours and the composition.
Dropping by from 6WS
Lovely image Tish. Great composition and the red on the apples really pops. Nice take on the Wyeth painting.
Thank you, Su. It was a chance shot, which often turn out the best ones 🙂
With would be appreciative.