Show & Tell: Red Rover Red Rover send foliage right over

It’s no secret that I like purple (the color of the crown chakra).

But lately I’ve been seeing red everywhere (the color of the root chakra). It is truly striking.

I’m at the front of the class showing scenes from our yard.

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0 thoughts on “Show & Tell: Red Rover Red Rover send foliage right over”

  1. That close-up of the red leaf is incredible. I love autumn. It must be particular spectacular with the mountains.

  2. That close-up of the red leaf is incredible. I love autumn. It must be particular spectacular with the mountains.

  3. I love the reds of fall! During the cold months I am drawn so much more to red and I found last night that almost all of my winter clothes have red in them somewhere! I guess it warms my mood a bit during the gloomy times. Thanks for a great show and tell. Thos pictures are beautiful!

  4. PS – sparkly kids, you made me laugh! I wouldn’t have any idea where you got that word from . . .Thanks for the visit!

  5. How beautiful!What vibrant reds – you have a lovely yard. I always say I love it when the leaves turn and then a few months later it seems I am saying I love it when things get green and budding again . . .Just like all the colors I guess!

  6. I love the reds of fall! During the cold months I am drawn so much more to red and I found last night that almost all of my winter clothes have red in them somewhere! I guess it warms my mood a bit during the gloomy times. Thanks for a great show and tell. Thos pictures are beautiful!

  7. PS – sparkly kids, you made me laugh! I wouldn’t have any idea where you got that word from . . .Thanks for the visit!

  8. How beautiful!What vibrant reds – you have a lovely yard. I always say I love it when the leaves turn and then a few months later it seems I am saying I love it when things get green and budding again . . .Just like all the colors I guess!

  9. Ooooo – I love red too. Does that mean we are rooted…or needing rooting? I just started reiki yoga and I’m still internalizing the chakras!Emma’s bush turns red every fall. I just marvel at the color!

  10. wow, I love all those red autumnal colours. It’s pretty much the only reason that I have a Japanese Maple in the garden!

  11. Pretty :) I really liked the close up of the red leaf. I don’t know why exactly, but it really struck me.

  12. Ooooo – I love red too. Does that mean we are rooted…or needing rooting? I just started reiki yoga and I’m still internalizing the chakras!Emma’s bush turns red every fall. I just marvel at the color!

  13. wow, I love all those red autumnal colours. It’s pretty much the only reason that I have a Japanese Maple in the garden!

  14. Pretty :) I really liked the close up of the red leaf. I don’t know why exactly, but it really struck me.

  15. pretty!Washington, the evergreen state, doesnt lend much in the way of pretty fall colors like other parts of the US but i just LOVE the smell of fall, so i tend to take more walks around this time of year anyway. I should take some pretty pictures, too.Kelly Turnerhttp://www.groundedfitness.com

  16. Wow, what beautiful pictures. I have yet to take the camera out in the local neighborhood. I think I should do so soon or I will miss all the beautiful colors!

  17. Beautiful, Lori! Thanks for sharing – we don’t get much in the way of reds and oranges up here in the fall, and I miss it from my time living places where there really were fall colours.

  18. pretty!Washington, the evergreen state, doesnt lend much in the way of pretty fall colors like other parts of the US but i just LOVE the smell of fall, so i tend to take more walks around this time of year anyway. I should take some pretty pictures, too.Kelly Turnerhttp://www.groundedfitness.com

  19. Wow, what beautiful pictures. I have yet to take the camera out in the local neighborhood. I think I should do so soon or I will miss all the beautiful colors!

  20. Beautiful, Lori! Thanks for sharing – we don’t get much in the way of reds and oranges up here in the fall, and I miss it from my time living places where there really were fall colours.

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