Red in the blueberries, bidding farewell to the season
Red on my table, my plate, and in a bowl
(a bounty of tomatoes–all shapes and sizes)
The red Cardinal Flower, last blooms in the garden
Red near the park
as the maples mark the cooler days
And the best red I’ve read anywhere………..
“In Him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of his grace.” Ephesians 1:7
Linking with Laura for Playdates
Inspired by my friend Patricia Hunter, ‘Psalmist with a camera’ and
her yellow September series. It made me see……..
8 thoughts on “Hunting for Red in October”
All this beautiful red! It fills me with passion and longing. Especially the last red you mention, Jody.
Don't you just love it when something somewhere suddenly makes you SEE?
Thank you, Glenda. Yep, God just dropped the idea in my head. (I seemed to be 'seeing red' everywhere, but couldn't get all the photos in.) Smile.
Thank you, Donna. I appreciate you stopping by.
Diana–thank you…you're a photo inspiration as well. And I will look for Sandy's red notes. I'm sure they're amazing. Thanks for the recommendation.
Clever title … and a great reminder to see the beauty around us … every day.
Great title and photos.
LOVELY, Jody. Thank you. (You should check out Sandy King's writings about red. :>)