Summer Wanes and Beyond Layers

On Wednesday after work, Edster and I, along with my stepdog, Bruno, went down to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park to walk the towpath, enjoy the weather, and of course, take photographs!  The towpath goes along the former Ohio and Erie Canal and has become the jewel of Ohio…33,000 acres of green between the metropolitan areas of Cleveland and Akron.

Kim challenged us, on Day 60 of Beyond Layers, to use scripted textures and a special recipe to create some warm, scripted images.  Her inspiration and God’s gifts of nature just on the cusp of the weather changing to Autumn winds, produced these three.

 Doll Eyes in August

Doll Eyes in August

 On Autumn's Cusp

Waning Summer

 Solitary

Solitary

It was a beautiful walk while it was in the 80s and fair, you could sense the green in the leaves were getting tired and the trees on their last leg just before the Autumn wind down…and bright goldenrod left no doubt that change of the season is just on our doorstep.

With gratitude,

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5 Responses to Summer Wanes and Beyond Layers

  1. Carol says:

    Simply beautiful – all three images.

  2. These are beautiful, Denise!
    Yesterday I was asked by a very good friend of mine, to do an image for her son and his wife to be, for their wedding. My friend would love to have a quote from ” The Prophet” of Kahlil Gibran, and two trees in this image, and you just gave me the inspiration how to do this in a beautiful way!
    Thank you so very much, Denise!
    Marie

  3. Viv says:

    Beautiful Denise I especially like the one with the berries would look good framed… Thank you so much for leaving such a lovely comment on my blog the other day I loved it…

  4. MaryU says:

    Beautiful!!!!

  5. Carol Hart says:

    All the images are lovely and I especially like the berries. Viv is right, it would wonderful framed. Cheers!

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