One Word Photo Challenge: More Persimmon

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Persimmon serves as a wonderful foil to our winter world of greys, browns, white, and the occasional green.

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It is as if Jenny knew our eyes and brains are starved for a splash of color when she selected “Persimmon” for the middle of January.

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Creeping Jenny wearing its cold weather finery.

Creeping Jenny wears its cold weather finery near our “stump garden.”

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These are a few of “The remains of the season” we found in our wanderings today.  Some are a little more persimmon-like than others. 

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But I offer them up anyway, with wishes that you are safe and warm this evening.

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The exposed "knuckle" of some very old roots

The exposed “knuckle” of some very old roots

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With Appreciation to Jennifer for her

One Word Photo Challenge:  Persimmon.

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10 responses to “One Word Photo Challenge: More Persimmon

  1. Pingback: One Word Photo Challenge: Indigo | Jennifer Nichole Wells

  2. Your creeping Jenny is such a lovely color! Ours die back completely, so we don’t get this prolonged fall color. I see you had freezing rain – magical crystal kingdom! Currently, we’re having snow flurries – such a wintry scene with the gently falling flakes – winter does seem magical in its own way.

    • Yes, it is. I’ve just come in from taking more photos. It looks magical, but we’ve had quite a bit of damage already- including a grand old Azalea which toppled over this morning. SO glad yours is gently falling snow and not a heavy coating of ice this time. Do enjoy your day inside with Wren 😉 WG

  3. Oh, I love these! The perfect pop of color against the wintry greys. Thank you so much for sharing.

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