Autumn Leaves (in Wordart)

Salford, 23rd November 2019 #Autumn #Signal #Nature #Frost #Ice The weather’s changing, so I created this colourful arty piece with bits from an old notebook….enjoy the read Words by inky, Font type : Deathfromabove – Link – HERE As the Mercury retreats towards its bulb, i’ll be creating more of these.

Chestnut

#CYW #Chestnut 6th November 2019 Coming from two trees that hold its name Horse and Sweet varieties exist Each Autumn kids can be found playing games with conkers Sweet fare created from the conkers sibling Tartlets and pies and they’re even used at the Christmas table Note however – you can’t eat the conker UnlessContinue reading “Chestnut”

Bench

#Park #Bench #Outdoors #octpowrimo There’s too much noise in the world today too much confusion, hurry and bustle arguing over the price of a brew as they all give their opinion Its time to stop, take a moment, in pleasant surroundings watch the flora and fauna around you enjoy the spectrum of the seasons TimeContinue reading “Bench”

Lightness

#Octpowrimo #Lightness Salford, 29th October 2019 As summer draws to a close and green leaves turn to red the leaves of the less evergreen aided by wind rain and streams float off in a dream, light as a feather to their final resting spot where they leave a mark of colour on the paths aroundContinue reading “Lightness”

Mother Earth

Announcing the arrival of autumn under and around each branch of the trees the keeper of the trees, mother earth has been busy undertaking her role of changing the colours making colourful patterns for people to look at note, the noise that they make – mother earth has done that too!

Octpowrimo – Seeing

#Octpowrimo #Seeing Look down the path – and what do you see ? cascade of colours moved by the autumn breeze or cold bare branches, bending in the wind ? I can see an opportunity to be the first person through the leaves – before the snow 🙂

Challenge 30 – No.26

“Weather” 5th February 2019 “Red skies at Night, Shepherds Delight…..“ This old phrase is still around today. It was the shepherds way of telling fine weather – a red sky at night normally foretold of fine weather next morning Whilst a red sky in the morning, normally was followed by grey clouds in the skiesContinue reading “Challenge 30 – No.26”