in the vaning
The sun has fallen below the horizon,
yet the young leaves hold on to the light.
A few minutes earlier,
these lampholders were illuminated
by the setting sun's rays.
Gilded Leaf Sculpture
at the Stadtpark's "Meierei"
Window reflection at Ungargasse
One more gilded leaf,
then darkness sets in.
Photographed by Merisi
at Stadtpark and Ungargasse
"Evening Edged in Gold"
is the title of a work by Arno Schmidt
- "Abend mit Goldrand" -
translated from the original German
by John Woods.
Such beautiful light in that first shot.ReplyDelete
The golden hues warm my heart. Perhaps it's the Italian in me.ReplyDelete
Always a treat for the eyes!!! I love the golden tones...ReplyDelete
That's the tree! The big one in the foreground of your first picture!ReplyDelete
I'm likin' these leaves! beautiful!ReplyDelete
Those golden leaves must give off quite a glint when the shine hits them just right. Beautiful.ReplyDelete
That's a lovely golden series.ReplyDelete
I think the most beautiful light is early evening. It's calming, soothing, reflective and you captured it wonderfully, Merisi! Such talent you have. :DReplyDelete
oh you have so well captured that golden early evening light. i just love the young leaves.ReplyDelete
thanks for stopping by my place.
Thank you all for your kind comments! :-)ReplyDelete
I shall investigate,
now that I know which tree I have to look for!
Googling, I found a "Serbian Spruce" - Picea omorika - could be it. We'll see!