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Chestnut picking


Chestnut picking ©copyright2013owpp

Chestnut picking
©copyright2013owpp

It was so good today to imbrue
In nature feel our footstep
Sink in soft soaked soil
Covered with the tree’s
Fallen festoons and pick
The fruit of its labor…

Fallen festoons... ©copyright2013owpp

Fallen festoons…
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the fruit of OUR labor ©copyright2013owpp

the fruit of OUR labor
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Dead branch...nature's sculpture ©copyright2013owpp

Dead branch…nature’s sculpture
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bursting out! ©copyright2013owpp

bursting out!
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About oawritingspoemspaintings

A lover of poetry, abstract and realistic painting, music, good writing, languages, Italy, photography, holistic therapies, natural lifestyle and fully living the moment.

10 responses »

  1. There is a surprising lack of acorns this year.
    Some say the cicadas damaged the ends of the tree branches and ruined the acorn crop.
    I don’t know but….it is going to be a hard winter for the deer and squirrels, that’s for sure!

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  2. Catherine Johnson

    Wow, they are amazing photos and fabulous poem!

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    • Thanks for this kind comment! I missed the feedback & had to get back to posting a little…
      I’m advancing with the restoration of my poetry category and looking forward to being able to confirm its completion in an update, hopefully soon!

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  3. I was walking in the forest yesterday. I love your close up photos ‘bursting out’ and poem. Happy autumnal walks!

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  4. The generous bounty of it all! Beautifully portrayed.

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  5. Thank you for following imaginenewdesigns. Nice post! 🙂 I enjoyed this post because I have not seen chestnuts in the forest before. I usually see them without the prickly outer coating at the supermarket around Thanksgiving and Christmas. They are pretty expensive here in California.

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