Autumn Layers

Chasing the light

Delineating shadows and lines

Layers of the fallen

Transformation ending

Landscape becomes moody

Barrenness a promise

The last hang on

Braving the winds of change


Amy`s theme: Layered

About Olga

I have always had an affinity for artistic endeavors and the beauties of nature. The power of the word combined with photography have become my creative spark.
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19 Responses to Autumn Layers

  1. sgeoil says:

    I think your photos really capture the delicate nature of autumn leaves, yet your words capture their tenacity! Beautiful.

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  2. memadtwo says:

    You always capture such lovely light, here combined with fragility. (K)

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  3. pattimoed says:

    A beautiful poem and images. I love that you were inspired by this week’s theme! There’s a sense of fragility in your images. Perfect showcasing the seasonal change.

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  4. AmyRose🌹 says:

    The beauty captured, the delicate nature of the temporary state Fall represents, your words, splendid post, Olga!! Thank you!!

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  5. V.J. Knutson says:

    Beautiful, Olga! Trying to decide if it is Autumn’s moodiness or my own that I’m experiencing.

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  6. Denis1950 says:

    Very well crafted images Olga. The 3 poems stand alone as haiku yet flow beautifully to create an ongoing image filled story. Just for a totally different take I see a WW1 battlefield in Flanders

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    • Olga says:

      I reread my words with that in mind and I see what you mean. Layers of the fallen…the last hang on, braving the winds of change. Thank-you for your interesting perspective, Denis. 🙂


  7. Amy says:

    Beautiful seasonal layers! Love it 💛💛

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  8. Tina Schell says:

    Beautiful images Olga, and the verse is simple perfection. Really nicely done


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