I took myself for a quick walk in the park this morning. and since it’s Thursday, I have three photos to share – and with a nod and a wink to Carole, I Waterlogue’d them 😉
The leaves aren’t putting on much of a color show, but they make a most delightful crunch underfoot.
No blue skies this morning, but a surprising amount of light still filters through the trees.
I am completely smitten with the colors in this last one. In real life the berries are purple, but rendered here in a deep red, combined with all the browns and pops of light and green, I’m re-thinking the palette for a planned winter wrap.
Thank you to everyone for all the wonderful tea recommendations. I have a hot mug of English Breakfast (slightly sweet and slightly milky) at my side right now, but I’m looking forward to trying something new. soon!
14 thoughts on “Three on Thursday | A Walk in the Park.”
Love the artsy effect on your photos! And you’re right – that last one has gorgeous colors… and would make an excellent project color palette.
I love that watercolor effect. I’d hang the middle one in my living room, it’s beautiful!
Those are three awesome watercolor photos!!
These are three photos that look like make-believe (in a good way)!
The photos are so cool done up like that.
That must be Beautyberry in the last photo. I loved seeing that in the fall when we lived in Florida.
Lovely photos to waterlogue! (And, I think you have more color than we do!)
Great shots Mary. I bet that was a lovely walk.
Lovely, Mary. (I think you should try to paint them with REAL watercolors. 🙂 Just for fun.)
I clink my cup of Assam with your EB tea. Your watercolor (Waterlogue) pictures make perfect autumn pallets. Can’t wait to see your wrap!
Lovely Mary! The color has been very disappointing here this year!
I haven’t noticed much in the way of changing colors here but certainly some pretty colors in your photos!
Hopefully we’ll have more fall color before all the leaves fall off!
Love the Waterlogue! Late;y I”ve been drinking Celestial Seasonings’ Peach tea (decaf ) and it’s good—-steep 5 -6 min. I drink mine w/o milk or sweetener. Available in your local grocery store, I’m sure!
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