Sunday, October 4, 2009

Hello, Sport!

Saw this out on my walk, I knew there was a reason to wait for posting...It was unlike any of the other leaves nearby, clearly a one-off. Well, speaking of suspension ... here's a place where items are suspended for study on a fairly regular basis.

In keeping with my coming across this leaf, if you have a serendipidity-related post today, let me know and I will link as an edit to this post.

Serendipities:
Lettuce-Eating
Aleph
Accept all Offerings

13 comments:

Caio Fernandes said...

shining so quiet and alone in a all broken path ...with the few moments of life that rest in its veins ...
it is beautiful and sad ...so sad .

j. said...

not serendipitous, but something similiar just the same:
http://waitingroomaquariumtwo.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2009-03-16T13%3A44%3A00-07%3A00



lovely post as always.
<3j.

tony said...

so.It's "Fall" nearly, but not quite yet!

costanza said...

what a beautiful image!...

aleph said...

so intriguing & unavoidable... fate?

Sarah said...

Not today I don't no! I like yours though. That leaf is special!

Celeste Bergin said...

that leaf has a human quality

Titus said...

I'm fascinated. Was this natural, or has some leaf-binder visited the area?

Serendipity tea-party at my house today in honour of my best friend's mother, who having been over for a month returns to New Zealand tomorrow. By chance, her uncle is also over from New Zealand and "doing" Hadrian's Wall at the moment. So I had a sister and brother from 12,000 miles away to tea together.
Brother is doing a "Ticky Tour", which I am assured is a New Zealand term.

Jasmine said...

Oh this leaf is fabulous!

herhimnbryn said...

Beauty in sunshine.

Does my latest post count as serendipity?

http://acceptallofferings.blogspot.com/2009/10/117.html

When I saw the fencepost and stone, I had to take a picture.

Rohzi E. said...

The natural lighting is breathtaking.

This picture reminds me of wistful dreams of my youth. I used to wish I had the ability to engage in [aidless] suspension.

Today... I suppose I'd be willing to settle for aided suspension instead. Better than nothing. : - )

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

Great leaf - I just love that suspended there to be noticed and enjoyed!

Isabel said...

What a great photo! The "fall" leaf looks like a little Autumn creature hanging upside down for dear life.