Sunday, September 4, 2016

transitioning, on the edge again

a time of mists and webs
strung across 
tapestry meadows
goldenrod, curly dock, aster
fleabane, jewelweed, lady's bedstraw
generous milkweed and joe pye weed
in the wet spots
autumn's crooked finger
beckons,
inevitable.













 we're almost done making the transition
from this old blogger site
to the new square space place
only, 
i still haven't figured it all out.
so, once over there,
i will send a link
and a little video surprise,
a thank you for your patience
with this old papermaker.

 

12 comments:

Louise said...

What a beautiful post xx

Velma Bolyard said...

thank you louise, it really is the BEST time of year in the north country. right now it's still warm during the days, cooler at night, perfect for sleeping.

Mo Crow said...

the beautiful long light of autumn

Velma Bolyard said...

mo, angles and curiosity about the movements beginning, migrations and hoardings: autumn.

onesmallstitch said...

Arachne has been busy, beautiful webs.

Velma Bolyard said...

jean, no wonder weavers get so tired...

Judy Martin said...

oh my goodness - those golden webs - they startle me into something huge and beautiful x

Velma Bolyard said...

judy, of course, they were quietly waiting.

Barry said...

Hi V - so much beautiful and restful and inspiring imagery - so good to be surrounded by it. Go well. B

Velma Bolyard said...

barry, we both seem to look at the sky and spider webs with enthusiasm short of addiction!

Bryan's Japanese Textiles said...

So Beautiful....You are a good month ahead of us. Beauty beauty beauty...

Velma Bolyard said...

bryan, a whole month? well, it's a harsh climate here. but beautiful as you say.

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