Friday, October 11, 2013

Four views







These always bloom in early fall, their crepe-paper petals littering the lawns and paths.

Wishing you beauty -- and not too much litter on your lawn.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

to become helio
tropic
as these
blossoms
say
for one
hour?

how long before
eyes re
adjust to

timid
everyday
lamps?

say
never?


Petrea Burchard said...

Sweet! I love your angles, and anon's poem.

dive said...

Me too! Beautiful colours and beautiful words.

altadenahiker said...

Hibiscus isn't too happy out this way, what with the white fly. All the more reason to appreciate these lovely photos.

sonia a. mascaro said...

Beautiful photos and lovely words!

Hope you have a Happy Sunday.

Ms M said...

Anon, such a fitting poem -- thank you. xxoo

Petrea and Dive: It was fun to do this "photo study". And I always love when Anon adds a poem to the mix.

Hiker: So these are hibiscus? Thanks -- I wasn't sure what these were. They are a common sight in yards. It's too bad they don't grow well in your area.

Sonia: Thank you! I hope you have had a wonderful weekend.