Fallen Leaves Sep25 by melodylowes Fallen leaves, texturized throw-rugs, a carpet of has-beens to decorate the past. Last season’s castaways, hand-me-downs, crawling advertisement to former glory. * Recycled refuse, using old in modern ways, decorator’s dream. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
I love “last season’s castaways”, Melody! God bless you–love, Caddo
IT’s the time of year when you go through your children’s closets and see what fits and what doesn’t – it was fun to imagine these leaves as last year’s fashions! 🙂
Initially, I was thinking “castaways–like on a deserted island”, though I understand where you’re coming from, last year’s fashions. Hmm, maybe I should work on a poem with my interpretation of the term…
As soon as you said it, I was thinking that – you go, girl!
Thanks, my collaborative friend!! (I do wish our “cubicles” were closer, for ease in working!)
And there is NO way to toss balled up paper wads or spit-balls your way, more’s the pity! *giggle*
Oh you Meanie!! (giggling too) I would probably drive you crazy, asking, “what’s the word for…?” Senility, you know.
Senility in concert might be fun?? 🙂
Oh, oh – I sense a poem coming on! 🙂
We have a consignment shop near us called Castaways! 🙂 Loved the images and emotion this evoked . . textured throw rugs is great! God bless you!
Thank you Debbie! What a great idea for a consignment name!!
Today’s favorite for me. I enjoy shopping at second hand stores. When leaves land everywhere, I see potential compost material… besides, if they land in my woodland area – I just leaf them there!
ha ha So cute, Wendy!
Thank you Millie!
Your poetry is always so beautiful. The photos are just as breathtaking! Thank you for the constant inspiration.
Thanks Millie – I so appreciate that! 🙂