Tuesday, November 26, 2013

The Photo Bin - November 2013

This year's autumn colors flew by like a leaf on a rolling trout run, paused only briefly as it spun on the seam between summer heat and winter chill, eddied seductively for the blink of an eye, the rasp of a sharp, crisp breath, the click of a shutter, then tumbled away downstream.

I almost missed it.

I awoke one morning and the colors appeared, peeking through my bedroom window and in-between my quilt-covered toes.

But before I could gather my wits well enough to capture the grandeur it was gone. Caught the southbound and moved on. I could run these rails and try to keep pace with the extravagance as it moves through the South - freeze time with hot pursuit, ride that temporal contradiction to burn in Fall's flameout for weeks - but, instead, I think I'll wait. It'll be back next year

And with a little luck I'll still be here to greet it as it peeks in-between my toes once gain.

What is a Photo Bin?


Atlas said...

Great photo's especially the first. Really captures the sentiment of the season.

Mike Sepelak said...

Thanks, Atlas. Hope you're staying warm out there in KC.

cofisher said...

My two secret loves, red leaves and railroad tracks...excellent.

Mike Sepelak said...

Mine too, Howard. Mine too.

Anonymous said...

I love your two triptychs....think you'll understand what I mean Mike(-: JP

Mike Sepelak said...

I do indeed, JP. A wonderful form that I need to employ more often. Thanks for stopping by, my friend.