Friday, November 16, 2007

Cacophony

I just love that word. Cacophony. I like the way it feels as I blurt it out and the images it creates in my mind. For some reason, I keep thinking that the beautiful fall leaves have exploded in a cacophony of color. But that doesn't make any sense. The word is about a discordance of sound not a visual description.

I still like it. I like thinking that the leaves have exploded into a cacophony of color. If it was music, it would be classical music.

Here are a few photos walking down our driveway today. I love how the Dogwood has turned bright red and the Wisteria an unusual yellow. A nice pop of color along the freshly painted picket fence. Happy Bright Beautiful Autumn!









Is it my imagination or does this bit of curly wisteria vine look like a cursive "J" to you?

6 comments:

Carol Emma said...

Definitely a J.
Lovely Pictures!
I want to do fall all over again.
All our leaves are gone...boo hoo...

Katie said...

beautiful leaves. ours are about gone now. and yes, it's a J.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Bea said...

Ooooh what beautiful pictures!

HappyDayArt! said...

You take gorgeous photos! I may have said that before and they still are!

In California we still have our colorful leaves.

Thanks for commenting on my beads!

Catherine

tapestry13 said...

Hello Jamie,
Just found your blog through a friend's blog, who linked to another blog...and now back here to GA (I'm in Dahlonega).
Great leaf shots! This fall has been spectacular in its own way...more velvet in texture than some others.
My blog link is tapestry13.blogspot.com

K Spoering said...

Thanks for posting on my blog - so I could find yours! I love the photos. Isn't fall incredible?... and I like the word 'cacophony' too. It makes me picture a fake crow. Don't know why, it just does.
Kate