depictions by the rule of thirds; descriptions mostly freestyle words
Posted on 2 Oct 2021
by Laura Bloomsbury
“The russet, crab and cottage redburn to the sun’s hot brass,then drop like sweat from every branchand bubble in the grass.They lie as wanton as they fall,and where they fall and break,the stallion clamps his crunching jaws,the starling stabs his beak.In each plump gourd the cidery biteof boys’ teeth tears the skin;the waltzing wasp consumes his share,the bent worm enters in.”
Apples ~ Laurie Lee
Sunday Sayings – A pick from the poets, writers or scriptures and joining Shadow Shot Sunday too
Category: PhotographyTags: apples, crab apples, featured, Laurie Lee, monochrome, photo challenge, poet, shadow shot sunday, sunday sayings
Someone needs to make some jelly!
but not wasted on wildlife
Oh wow, the poems are vivid!! Love the shadows as well.
agree, each of Lee’s verses are so skillfully drawn. The crab apple branches cast some interesting shadows
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