Friday, October 31, 2014

Gold in the days.


As October is being tucked up in bed to sleep for yet another year, the days are filled with hints of gold. There is a golden carpet of leaves on the ground. It glistens in the damp misted morning and crackles and dances like sparks on a bonfire, on the windy days across the paths that I walk.

On the oak tree in the field nearby, we found hornets wearing their golden stripy outfits.
High up in the ash tree a black feathery Sir watches the leaves fall with his birds eye jackdaw view and ice blue eyes. Enjoying the mild afternoon, high up in the wooded cathedral, the sun warms his feathers of velvet and silk.


Meanwhile below the old holly tree, I have continued to feed my little robin friend. He is quite partial to porridge oats I've found out.  I managed to film a little and thought you might like to see.  It's just a short clip and not brilliantly edited, so I do apologise for that. If you follow me on Facebook I've already shared it there but for anyone else here it is.
Golden moments to treasure.
I did this little pencil drawing in between working on new hangers. I think it has captured him and his distinct eyebrows. :)
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In other news... I have two paintings in the latest issue of EarthLines magazine. 
It's a wonderful magazine and I feel very honoured to be included. To subscribe or buy a copy of the latest edition, pop across to here

And so the Jack o lantern's have been carved and sit atop the piano waiting to be lit when twilight arrives.
I got to do one this year because Son is at Uni. ;) 

Happy Halloween/ Samhain/All hallows!   It's time to get the fires ready for Winter! x

12 comments:

  1. Lovely pictures, and congrats on the beautiful artwork being published.

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  2. beautiful pictures and oh how I envy you to get so close to a robin. He's a cutie! :)

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  3. What lovely photos - especially the one with the fungus. I love your jack 'o lanterns, wish I could do such wonderful carvings. I've just received my copy of Earthlines but not had time to look at it yet so will have a look for your paintings this evening.Winter approaches gently this year but I'm looking forward to it.

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  4. Love your pumpkins look awesome . Loving your robin.friend soo very cute xxxx

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  5. What a magical post, your Robin friend is "awesome" as my little cub says (well he's not so little now)
    Maura
    xx

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  6. Wonderful pencil drawing! I love your photos and soothing music!

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  7. I love your work and your beatiful blog. When I view it and hear the music I feel transprted to a magig land.

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  8. Beautiful words and images for a sacred time of year. I'm keeping All Saints/Hallows, and All Souls on Monday; blessings and peace to you and all your readers however you mark the turning of the year.

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  9. I love your magical robin and his bright inquisitive eyes.

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  10. Very nice blog, great job on the pumkins.

    James

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