where the peony grows

October 1, 2020

Thought I’d let you know that I am feeling better today…not 100%, but better!

picture of the day

growing in red
taken March 21, 2020
f-stop: f/9; exposure time: 1/320sec; ISO 2000
focal length 46mm
available at Picfair

“The things we truly love
stay locked in our hearts forever.”
~ Josephine Baker

to see what photos/art I have available, click on any link below…

picfair (macro)
shutterstock (abstracts)
pinterest (Holly’s Photos)

hope you have a great day!
thanks for stopping by!!

poem about my birth month


When earth repays with golden sheaves
The labors of the plough
And ripening fruits and forest leaves
All brighten on the bough
What pensive beauty autumn shows
Before she hears the sound
Or winter rushing in, to close
The emblematic round
~ Wordsworth

take care
stay safe
much love

Happy October!!

10 Comments on “where the peony grows

  1. “September ushers in the back-to-school rush, while December and November bring major holidays but also lots of stress. That’s just one of the many reasons October is (my) favorite month of the year. The Halloween decor, the crunchy leaves, the football — October has something for everyone, and it also happens to be the one Fall month that encourages you to relax and find your inner (peace) again.”


    From Maryland
    where it is truly
    October fest
    But now
    Live in South Florida
    Where it’s
    Anybodies guess!

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