Sunday, November 11, 2012

Leave(s), III

The fall winds bid the leaves leave their unfurling places and flutter off to field and fallow spaces.




Fiber and faces to fall for still for sale!

That's it for now from . . .

7 comments:

Theresa said...

Lovely! We miss fall leaves up here, very few non-confer type trees
and now of course, it's white and has been since last Thursday.
Your sheep in suits look much more natural than my donkeys in blankets!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Love that second picture! Looks like a movie set :-).

Susan said...

Wish we were closer! I feel that three is the magic number for sheep. And such beautiful, cushy sheep you have! I love the misty background.

Ruth Dixon said...

Our maple and apple trees are de-leafing as I write this. I wish our sheep where able to get up close and enjoy the bountiful flavors...

Voni said...

Oh what lovely faces!

fiberjoy said...

Wonderful photo poem!

Echoing thecrazysheeplady's comment - the second picture has a sensuous, mysterious quality.

Michelle said...

Brrr, Theresa! I'm not ready for snow yet.

Thanks, Sara. If I can hold still enough, my camera does pretty well in low light. (See today's last photo!)

I wish we were, too, Susan. I think you need another sheep. :-)

We lost a lot in the wind last night and this morning, Ruth.

They are sweet boys both, Voni.

Thank-you, Wanda!