Autumn Scene: Mist and Mellow Fruitfulness

Ragged sails of mist stretch out and push Autumn’s vessel ever onward through the season’s watery depths.


Spiders, industrious as ever, spin their lacy webs, lurk behind the eerie brightness of flower and berry, sidle out into silvery weird-light, pounce.


Silent and still, baubles of water hold, a gift from the Fey.


Fairy landscape! Puck capers and cartwheels between delicate skeins of web and blushing pink of petal.


6 thoughts on “Autumn Scene: Mist and Mellow Fruitfulness

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  3. Beautiful is it not? The horizon shrinks in a duvet of white, the house now suspended in a cloud. Autumn is here, and winter tracks hard like a predator sensing it’s time to feed… The oak king is dead, long live the king!

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