October, leaves are falling…

Tenth month of the year.

As we move towards the grayer part of the year, October offers the fiery burst of colors, just before the quiet white.

…the most beautiful transitions going up in ‘flames’.


For more information on this month, check my Opal Ten post

Enjoy the …’fire’!

Happy October, everyone!

47 replies »

    • A ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaa……
      That explains why Zeus made all the trees green again… for YOU!!!!! 😉

  1. Great colours, Marina! I still have my calendar. I know it’s 2 years old, but the images are forever!

  2. I love the colors and your work always brings a smile to my face. 🙂

    This song is for you and your incredible brilliant art work.

    Stan Kolev – Samadhi (Original Mix)

    Enjoy. Let me know what you think. 🙂

  3. October already, where was summer (here in UK if you blink you’ve missed it 😔)
    But Autumn as you say, does have lovely colours.
    Looking forward to the snow, I’m told it could be a good hard winter with lots of it🌨️❄️🙂
    A happy October for you as well Marina.

    • Thank you, my friend! Yes, already and it was kind of …unsummer[!] summer this year for us too! Rains and winds… so I know what you mean. Enjoy the transition! 😉

  4. How true, how sad…and here is my take on the loss to its transitory change to the white you speak of, at least in my part of the world…

    “ Winters ”
    – white toll –

    Spilling from the sky,
    Snowflakes falling
    On a dying autumn,
    Means hide traces
    Renders fall faceless
    In snow blanket pall,
    Hiding dead places
    Of falls grey sprawl,
    This season suffers
    With architect’s cold,
    Be Jack Frost’s hold
    Of long enduring nights,
    Thru winter’s white toll!

    © Jean-Jacques Fournier

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