terrace with pear leaves—
Impressionistic painting
after winter rain

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on February 16, 2011, in Haiku Heights, my digital photos, my haiku, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday, Watery Wednesday. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. Lovely bunch of leaves! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. nature’s freestyle painting- any thing she pleases to paint. 🙂


  3. Nature does a beautiful job on her art work.

  4. Pear leaves dance in pairs,
    Congregate on the terrace:
    Undampened spirits.


  5. spattered leaves, in a variety of tones.
    they look much prettier when wet.

  6. Red and brown pear leaves
    The terrace needs a clean sweep
    Ere more gather there

  7. Very pretty photo!

  8. Even though they’re dead leaves, you have to admit that Mother Nature paints with a pretty palette!
    Happy REDnesday!

  9. Cool photo!I bet you love nature,too^_^

    HAve a nice day and thanks for dropping by!

  10. It is rather like a painting, isn’t it! We could certainly use a “winter rain” to clean things up here!

    Nice 🙂

  11. That’s beautiful – especially when enlarged. Nice find for WW. Thanks for stopping by at mine.

  12. Such a lovely capture! Love it.

  13. Like the picture with the haiku

  14. It does look like an impressionist painting. I imagine a winter rain in your neck of the woods is a bit warmer than one here in CT.

    Have a great Monday!

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