Thursday, September 18

positive fall

10 comments:

Before Sunrise said...

Beautiful fruit and flowers... I wish I had those in my garden. Well, I wish I had a garden :)

Zee said...

You will have a garden very soon Before Sunrise!

gfid said...

been catching up on your ricochets, you wascally wabbit. there are coins of gold littering the ground here. it's a time of preparing for long days indoors. good warm food, good friends, good music. so is this post a song in the making?

Zee said...

...wascally wabbit?
That's a new one to me, Fiddler lady
Does it have some underlying secret meaning - should I look it up on Wikipedia?
Oh no, this was just a "diary entry", not a song in the making.

Seraphine said...

beautiful zee, and profound. very nice. although, i don't consider eating fruit a task so much as a pleasure.
grapes are 'in season' in northern california. i like crisp fat juicy seedless red grapes. i rinse them off and put them in a bowl, still on the stem. then i place them in the freezer for five minutes or so, until the rinse water freezes.
it's one of the things i figured by myself. it's my pleasure.
washing the dish afterwards is a task.

PG said...

more to it than meets the eyes?
are we measly readers supposed to fully understand it- or is it based on something in your mind?

very myseterious. love it

Zee said...

PG
I walked through my garden, then I went back to the computer, which unfortunately is placed in my sculpture studio (I got to correct that issue and find an other location - otherwise the sculptures die in angst enclosed by spider-webs and never get finished).
Used Photoshop to paste two images together from my walk, then wrote a sketchy observation, a narrative hastily stitched together. Nothing of grandeur. Maybe that is the reason my writing is that vague - just an impressionistic sketch.

nursemyra said...

now I want to eat a sun-warmed pear.

(hello seraphine, fancy meeting you here :-)

Zee said...

nurse what?
Oh I get it, nursemyra
Sorry, I am in a folly mood tonight...
Thanks for biting into a pear though.

gfid said...

no secret meanings intended.... just enjoying your kaleidoscopic point of view, which triggers a childhood memory of a cartoon character named Ricochet Rabbit..... which makes me think of Bugs Bunny and his cleverness, and 24 carrot gold attitude, and Elmer Fudd's "you wascally wabbit"..... sort of an exercise in free association..... 'cuz you are a bit of a rascal, with your own 24 carrot attitude.....