6 thoughts on “Fallen Timber

    1. Many thanks, Judi. Quirky how the mind works. Fallen Timber Creek looks rather woebegone right now as we sit on the edge of winter. I was watching the wind riffle the spruce reflections and wondered what would happen if their colour seeped into the water … 🙂

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    1. Thank you Curt. Our weather will turn white this week so I was holding on to “green” for just a little while longer.

      It’s interesting how words and images come together. The photo I took was not much, in fact I wondered whether to delete it — but after playing around with the colour and looking more closely at the details, words started to emerge, almost as tho’ they were waiting for me to find them. 🙂

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