Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Before first frost

Angel's Trumpet in the long light of an autumn afternoon

14 comments:

LauraHinNJ said...

Does anyone else see the bird in the shadow? Looks like a tanager to me, flying away to some warmer place.

Ruth said...

What a lovely, well composed photo! I do see "the bird", and maybe some other things in my imagination.

NatureWoman said...

Cool photo! Yeah, it does look like a bird.

Susan Gets Native said...

I see it too!
Sweet, Laura!

-llm. said...

How beautiful! And, yes, the bird is there. :)

Madcap said...

That is absolutely lovely, and yes, there's the bird!

Jill said...

Very pretty!

LauraO said...

Nice photo and very creative..

Michelle said...

Okay, now you are just taunting me! My Angel Trumpets never bloomed this year! No spider mites for once, tons of leaves, not 1 dang bloom!!!!

Very cool pic - I see the birdie too!

Pam in Tucson said...

Wow! Gorgeous lighting - fab photo. (Yep - I see the bird, too.)

silverlight said...

OOh, nice photo.
The leaves on top, cast a bird like shadow. Neat.

Endment said...

What a fun photo --- My imagination is saying thanks for sharing.

LauraHinNJ said...

Michelle: Could you have overfertilized it? We only fed ours when we first potted them up.

Thanks all for the compliments on the pic - it was a nice surprise for me to have spotted such a pretty view.

dguzman said...

a really breathtakingly beautiful photo--nice work!