Saturday, October 3, 2020

Splendor, Splendor, Everywhere

 There are some sights in life that are so incredible that words could never fully describe them.

 Viewing a burning bush in autumn is one of them.


The plant is a brilliant red that almost vibrates with beauty when the sun hits it.

Viewed with a yellow tree in the background, it's enough to make a person cry with wonder and gratitude.

 It just so happens there are four burning bushes in one supermarket parking lot.

Of course, I used the opportunity to whip out the cell phone camera and start clicking.

Let it go on record that the ability to see and savor such an exquisite sight as the burning bush in autumn is an immense blessing.

  My heart is filled to the brim with gratitude for my eyesight, for the burning bush plants, for autumn, for peace, for gentleness. 




Chatty Crone said...

As far as I know we do not have BURNING BUSHES in GA. However, I don't really know. I do know that I never do see that beautiful color or red leaves near me. We had them in Chicago tho. So pretty.

diane stetson said...

Not any where I live. Shall I send you a picture of dirt and cactus? We do have bottle brush plants that have red on them so I guess I'll have to be satisfied with those. Very pretty.

Brenda @ Its A Beautiful Life said...

My goodness, that is gorgeous! Such a pop of colour, just love it. I don't think we have such displays around here.

Angie said...

Oh yes, we blessed to have burning bushes in my area---and you are so right, there are no words that do justice to this sight!

Red Rose Alley said...

Autumn is glorious in your area, Susan. It reminds me of the Falls in Calif. up north. And there was this tree where I used to live that was so red and pretty just like this one. That first picture is beautiful, Susan. Truly.


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