This week’s One Word Photo Challenge is Scarlet. At first I though, what am I going to use for that? But after a little browsing the answer was clear (and my computer mad because it needs more disk space).
The following images are obviously of the same general theme, Autumn Leaves, and even the same type of leaves for that matter. However a couple of them have more to do with the word Scarlet symbolically as opposed to literally. So let’s see, and before I tell you my interpretation (I’ll let you know which of them need be so) can you guess? 😉
And so now I ask you what you see in these next pictures – they very much are an interpretation of “Scarlet” for the One Word Photo Challenge.
Do you see them yet?
From a distance and up close I saw what could be a grove full of Parrots, namely Scarlet Macaws. Not only do I see them in the colors of the leaves but most especially the shapes of the leaves. And while it may be too late now (the leaves on this grove are mostly gone now) be sure to put on your list next year – if you haven’t already – to check out the multitude of colors present in a grove of Staghorn Sumacs, or I shall call the tree of Scarlet Macaws.
Behold a dream
not of what might be but
The regal grace of a forest full
of colors that at once take off
along the winds…