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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

October Blushes

Copyright 2009 TatyanaS

To blush is to display redness in one's face; the term is usually used when the redness is a result of an emotional response, which could reflect embarrassment, shame, or modesty. (Wikipedia)


Is autumn embarrassed, ashamed or just modest?

It is not easy to get naked...
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40 comments:

  1. You are so creative. Love the reds - especially this time of year. Have a great afternoon Tatyana.

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  2. The color of the torn tree trunk has me puzzled...so red.
    Your dangling leaf pic looks like a work of art. Nice job.

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  3. Or flushed with success, after your summer?

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  4. LOL! Loved the reference to getting naked! Beautiful photographs. Loved the bark on the one tree.

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  5. Great analogy, Tatyana ... Happy October!

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  6. The tree looks just great. What kind of tree would have bark/skin like that?

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  7. Very clever theme! You are so observant!

    Cameron

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  8. I guess after being flamboyant, they deserve to be a little shy.
    Great and humorous way of looking at fall. Love your pics.
    Rosey

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  9. Love it. I almost blushed for Autumn.

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  10. Very creative!! It's well-shot.

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  11. I like Elephant Eye's suggestion. ;)

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  12. The blushing tree and the hips are absolutely beautiful; this is pure poetry.

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  13. Love the way you put it! Apt! And your photos are always STUNNING!

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  14. Танюша, спасибо! СЫнок уже поправился! Кашель немного еще есть.
    Вот это шиповник!!! СОбираешь? У нас то не такой сочный и цветом не такой насышенный, продолговатый. Я собираю иногда и на зиму завариваю и пьем просто как воду)
    У нас сейчас тоже везде такая кора в лесу, только не красная а такая медовая!Здорово в лесу сейчас и запах просто дурманящий! Спасибо за фото!

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  15. Wonderful blushing post! No, it's not easy getting naked...(maybe in the dark)

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  16. A great post very imaginative.

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  17. Awesome tree trunk! I miss trees like that. Here we have mainly evergreens and they're not very dramatic.

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  18. Hello. I love how your photos pick out the beautiful color contrasts. Thank you for sharing!

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  19. You are so cleaver! The colors are amazing.

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  20. Hi [again] Tatyana~~ Just thought I'd drop over to answer the question you posed about the Acanthus
    on my blog. Would you believe my Acanthus has never bloomed? This is, I'm guessing, partly due to its location in a mostly shady place. And secondly this is the best it's ever looked thanks to my giving it more space. Who knows maybe next year it will bloom, I hope. Do you have this plant?

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  21. Becca, thank you, and for the seeds, too!
    Patsi, yes! - art of nature!
    Diana, Sweet Bay, I have flushes for another reason, ha!
    Miss Daisy, Joey, thank you!Happy October to you!
    Mary,thanks! It's Pacific Madrone.
    Cameron, Kanak, Urban Green, Jackie, thank you, but now, I am blushing, I am a shy person.
    Titania, thanks for stopping by!
    SoNa,всегда рада тебя видеть! Не болейте!
    Camille, thank you!
    Meredith, thanks! I understand -everyone is staring at her!
    Darla, you got it right!
    Joanne, thanks! My imagination went further after some comments!
    Tatiana, thank you! I see these trees when walk my dog. They are pretty common here.
    Azplantlady, thank you! Sometimes my camera does something that I didn't even think about.
    Grace, I do! I need to write about it. It's very ... can I say irregular? he-he.

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  22. I think autumn has been running a bit too fast so she got red in the face? Or maybe a bit of embarrassment too:)

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  23. I think that tree trunk is just sunburned after losing it's bark..hence the red..haha! Beautiful pics, Tatyana ;)

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  24. I love the colours of autumn and the way you have presented them in your pictures. All of them are great shots. I want more!

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  25. Delightful post, Tatyana. You have a unique and inspiring vision.

    Thank you for visiting my blog.

    Best wishes,

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  26. Tatyana, What amazing photographs. No wonder you were nominated for best photography. It takes a very creative eye to see and draw out the beauty in nature. And you have it.

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  27. No, it isn't. Unless its dark.ha
    Loved this post...so cute!

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  28. Hi Tatyana, thank you for a highly original poetic and beautiful post. Made me quite pink with wonder and enjoyment ... cheers, camtint

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  29. Beautiful photos as always! You have a wonderful blog and your writing is very creative. I enjoy visiting!

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  30. Very Clever! That first photo is a halt in your tracks kind of shot. Beautiful! It looks like a cedar... what is it? Besides gorgeous! Love the last discarded garb from the tree I gather. Carol

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  31. You take wonderful photos...that is the coolest looking tree ever!

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  32. Well said, its never easy to get naked for everyone to see, and a little bit of blush is understandable... Our banana in the garden has been blushing since they are babies... ~bangchik

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  33. That's some Autumn BLUSH.... Crimson n Vibrant photographs... beautifully presented !
    Cheers...Radhika

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  34. I don't have the answers. But autumn is lovely!
    Brenda

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  35. Loved it, Tatyana! So simple, so clever, so witty, such beautiful photography and presentation!

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  36. Cool photos. Great comparison. fun to read, as always!

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  37. Hi Tatyana~~ I was unsuccessful at viewing the photos on this entry until my sweet hubby installed Internet Explorer. [I was using Firefox.] Now I can see what everyone, including you, were talking about. Great photos!

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  38. Таня, такая красота: что называется, сплошной восторг! Очень хочется оказаться в этой действительности!

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  39. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Some of you people have vivid imagination!

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  40. Great last line. You made me smile, Tatyana. :-)

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