Autumnal nature mort: Esma and the puppets return to New England


Imperfect Fuji apples in sunlight (image by Liz Cameron)

Imperfect Fuji apples in sunlight (image by Liz Cameron)

Once home from Tulum, Mexico, our very own Esma, the resident hippie puppet was feeling at a bit of loose ends. Now, as a hippie, she wears her mantle with pride. And she, you see, is the photo-happy one in the puppet troupe. She loves the iPhone camera, to be sure, despite the challenges of Elma (the company) and world domination.

But to use a ghetto-ism, she also loves herself some nature photos, and as soon as the red and yellow leaves began to sprout, she was out and about, looking for the most interesting fallen leaves and berries.

Today’s post is Esma’s choice, in which she shares some of her nature mort-style photos. Enjoy!

Pears and bananas gone by with new Delicata squash and purple and green cauliflower

Pears and bananas gone by with new Delicata squash and purple and green cauliflower (image by Esma, care of Liz Cameron)

Leaves and crabapple on wooden tray (image by Esma, care of Liz Cameron)

Leaves and crabapple on wooden tray (image by Esma, care of Liz Cameron)

Indian corn as if garnets (image by Esma, care of Liz Cameron)

Indian corn as if garnets (image by Esma, care of Liz Cameron)

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4 Responses to Autumnal nature mort: Esma and the puppets return to New England

  1. Alan says:

    . . ahhh! Autumnl season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.

  2. E. says:

    indeed! Wishing we could experience autumn in Okcular!

  3. Hello there says:

    I’ll complain that you simply have copied material from another source

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