“La terre est bleue comme une orange…”(Paul Eluard)

… et “l’homme n’est qu’un roseau, le plus faible de la nature, mais c’est un roseau pensant…”(Blaise Pascal)

sur les sentiers de cet automne, la terre devient céleste comme un beau fruit: rond, pulpeux, parfumé… miroir de l’univers, plénitude sphérique, joie solaire, âge d’or, amour-passion… notre planète est 3/4 recouverte d’eau et de là-haut, elle apparaît bleue, illuminée par l’astre de la vie… arbres et branches, fleurs et pétales le vénèrent, en traçant une symétrie parfaite dans leur jardin de lumière… Ra ressemble à un adolescent capricieux qui aurait perdu sa boussole et son Nord… 🙂 le portail de l’horizon s’ouvre vers l’infini, le temps s’arrête alors que l’amour nous envahit et nous occupe le cœur sans nous avertir… les courageuses et pudiques “Rudbeckia-Uranus” ont remplacé les tournesols en déployant leurs ailes de papillon éphémère… elles tiennent tête aux intempéries en méditant et en conservant leurs secrets – elles connaissent l’alphabet invisible des amoureux dont les lettres dansent un tendre “pas de 2” érotique… je crois que l’amour se trouve souvent à la croisée des saisons parmi nos pensées et nos rêves, au-delà de tout espace terrestre… 🙂

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motto:”Earth is blue like an orage…”(Paul Eluard) and “Man is just a reed, the weakest thing in nature, but he is a thinking reed…”(Blaise Pascal)

along the pathways of this Fall, Earth turns into a heavenly fruit: round, pulpy, fragrant… mirror of the universe, spherical fullness, solar joy, golden age, passionate love… our planet is 3/4 covered by water and from up there, it seems to be blue, illuminated by the star of life… trees and stems, flowers and petals worship it, drawing a perfect symmetry in their light grove… Ra looks like a wayward teenager who has lost his compass and his North… 🙂 the gate of our horizon opens up to infinity, time stops whilst love invades and occupies our hearts with no warning… lots of shy “Rudbeckia-Uranus” have replaced the sunflowers spreading their fragile butterfly wings… they bravely stand up to the bad weather, cogitating and keeping their secrets to themselves – they know the lovers’ invisible alphabet whose letters dance an erotic and tender “pas de 2″… I believe that love is often at the crossroads of seasons, among our thoughts and dreams, beyond any earthly space… 🙂

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Posted on 11 November 2014, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 29 Comments.

  1. Great pics Melanie, all showing the natural beauty of our world. The different perspectives, leaves the reader to form their own overview of the scene. Ian

  2. Love the sensuous imagery you create, Mélanie. – “I believe that love is often at the crossroads of seasons, among our thoughts and dreams, beyond any earthly space…” – what a breathtaking, mystical, poetic line. Thank you! xoxo

  3. Paul Eluard, c’est si beau.

  4. Canne palustri, fiori di campo… sono sempre splendide le tue immagini come le parole del post.

  5. I love rudbeckia and mum, too! I love going “beyond any earthly space!” Lovely words and images as always.

  6. You’ve chosen the subjects of these photos very well, Melanie. They make the most of that perfectly blue background. Very nicely done.

  7. I love the way you have with words… very picturesque in ones the mind. 😀

  8. Thanks for all the likes, Mélanie! What a beautiful slide show! Kathryn @ Vastly curious!!!

  9. I agree with Dan the bare shrub is so striking against the sky. Very crisp image.

  10. Lovely images Mélanie! The yellow flowers made us smile! 🙂 Happy Autumn! J+C

  11. Belles pensées… Beau jeu de mots…

  12. I particularly like the bare tree (shrub?) There’s something striking about it standing against the sky.

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