"Harvest Moon," an Autumn Sheep Shepherdess Fall Leaves PRINT by Deborah Gregg
"Harvest Moon" a PRINT by Deborah Gregg
Oh how I wish this was outside my door. I loved doing this scene, soft and melancholy, just like the mood that early autumn brings with it. And it's cricket season, get out there (or just hang out by an open window) and listen to their sweet duets before it's too late. Winter slumber is approaching. ♡
This is an archival quality photographic PRINT with a luster surface (has a slight sheen but is not high gloss) using Kodak Endura Professional photo paper. It measures approximately 6" x 6" (has a white edge, piece is 8x8 altogether). This piece is best matted and framed, not included. Copyright on image is only on the digital picture, not the actual PRINT.
"The time of the falling leaves has come again. Once more in our morning walk we tread upon carpets of gold and crimson, of brown and bronze, woven by the winds or the rains out of these delicate textures while we slept. How beautifully the leaves grow old! How full of light and color are their last days! There are exceptions, of course. The leaves of most of the fruit-trees fade and wither and fall ingloriously. They bequeath their heritage of color to their fruit. Upon it they lavish the hues which other trees lavish upon their leaves. But in October what a feast to the eye our woods and groves present! The whole body of the air seems enriched by their calm, slow radiance. They are giving back the light they have been absorbing from the sun all summer." ~John Burroughs, "The Falling Leaves," Under the Maples