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Change of the Season

Images speak without words. And here, at Figments, you see lots of them. But every now and then some words are needed to release the flow that is bottled up inside. A flow that is constantly changing, learning and growing. This flow is called life, and each day our lives are altered by the choices we make, the people we meet. My life is enriched by you all, my friends. Thank you so much.

And now autumn of 2013 has arrived. A season of ripeness and harvesting. We can look back at a glorious summer and have to get ready for winter. And I need to wish you all a blessed Fall in abundance. A time to get together with your loved ones. When sun shines on warmest colors, mornings in crispy coldness and yes, also storms and rain. In stead of avoiding it, step out and feel that rain. Let it gently caress your face and wash you clean; dance with head uplifted.

Each season has a special charm and in the autumn of my life, I treasure, respect and say thanks for all that is given me. Even rain showers. 😉

How about you? Are you affected by the changing of the seasons? By the summer that has gone by or the spring that is about to begin on the other side of this planet? Please share.



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15 thoughts on “Change of the Season

        1. Indeed, it sometimes drives me mad, Indira, especially my allergy to leather. In the winter it’s fine as long as I wear socks in my shoes and boots, or a thick legging, but in summer… The one positive thing is that you get creative 😉
          But the nose, eyes, and especially the trachea, are a pain in the butt. Have been coughing on and off for over a month now. And skin allergies, perfume, ink, you name it and I’ve got them.
          What is troubling you, my dear? x


        1. Do you have time to take a long walk then? Shoot a couple of photos? 🙂
          Alas I can’t join you, I’ve been coughing on and off for a month now, and it just won’t go away. Always fun to try and answer a student, when your lungs are somewhere at your toes. 😉


  1. Your photo evokes within me what I love about the fall – it may be a time when nature is pulling back and re-grouping but I glory in the change in the slant of the sun’s rays, the fresh air devoid of summer’s humidity – a time for walking in the woods and hearing the crunch of dried leaves under my feet. I always feel re-energized in the fall.


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