Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Spotlight leaves. . .


When we were finished planting 1500 trees and plants at the park last Saturday, I walked through the big park to the other side and home again. . . That's when I spotted the way these leaves shone when all else was darker. It just takes that one ray of hope to light up something and it sure put the spotlight on these leaves that day.

6 comments:

RuneE said...

You can live for a long time on the little things in life.

Katney said...

The light in the forest.

Gramma L said...

Beautiful - its amazing how light can just make things so much more beautiful. Let the light shine!

becky voyles said...

I love this Paulie and especially the ray of hope. I have been noticing spotlights such as this today too which is kinda weird. Great minds thinking alike. Glad you like the bench!

diXymiss said...

Gorgeous glowing golden leaves. Great shot! ThanX for the gracious comments on my Autumn series.

Jenny McB said...

I love shots like this, so true about a ray of hope. This reminds me of a tree that I notice every afternoon, I should take my camera with me today when I pick up bubs...
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