Saturday, 2 November 2019

Season's change

Season's change  and  each bring their own kind of beauty.
We wish for warmer weather in the winter and cooler in the summer, however it would be good to stop and think for a while and live in the moment of what the day brings us.
For this page I have used the earthy colours of autumn, browns and rust. Dull shades  for some but for me they represent the earth preparing to rest  during the winter to gather strength  and prepare for  Spring next year. 

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  1. Beautiful, Yvonne. I love the gentle browns and restful creams...I always think of Autumn as a time of reflection, so this fits perfectly. As you say, everything starts to die down and replenish for the following spring. Every season really has its own beauty.
    Cath x

  2. Beautiful journal page, lovely, autumnal colours. Yes, we have to take tbe weather as it is! We have been promised rain for the next 10 days so my wellies are ready by the door. Have a great weekend, hope you are keeping well. Hugs, Valerie

  3. Beautiful Yvonne, a great autumn coloured page and gorgeous flower used.xx

  4. I agree this is just beautiful. The colors are warm and luscious.

  5. This is absolutely incredible, dear. I love that stamp and the colors you chose. It really DOES look like autumn. It's truly IMPRESSIVE.

  6. Nice time change piece. I really love the big wine glass shaped flower, and did you actually stamp a leaf onto the page? Beautiful work Yvonne. Hugs-Erika

    1. Yes Erika, I did use some leaf stamps for the background.
      Yvonne x

  7. This is utterly lovely, Yvonne. There's nothing dull about those colours at all - they have all the faded beauty and melancholy of the season, and the flower is wonderful... somewhere between thistle and tulip! Lovely stamp, lovely page.
    Alison x

  8. Lovely background for your pretty flower.

  9. Love what you wrote about the seasons, Yvonne. So true. I often think about people in the past back before electricity and technology... how they dealt with the seasons and weather. It was harder and more dangerous, but they had to have experienced a much more holistic pleasure that we will frankly never know. I love that flower and your sentiment on cheese cloth on that yummy background. xoxo