The Beauty Of Fall! Posted on October 24, 2013October 23, 2013 by Elephant Lady Fall. A Year With the Fairies. Written by Anna M. Scott. Illustrations by M. T. (Penny) Ross. P. F. Volland & Co.: Chicago, U.S.A. 1914. Like this:Like Loading... Related
14 thoughts on “The Beauty Of Fall!”
A fallen fairy! 😉
A fallen beauty?
Mind if I share this on Facebook?
That would be fine. I hope you are having a beautiful fall!
Thanks! You too!
i LOVE this one!!
She is a fall beauty isn’t she!
Why is it that in the olden days people had such little mouths? Are we evolving into big-mouthed talkers?
Little feet and cupid’s bow lips were the fashion (among some)! Our mouths may be evolving . . . will we eventually have duck bills? Then we can squawk, honk and talk! But it might be hard to text with webbed feet.
Definitely a beauty. Are our mouths evolving or botoxing?
Isn’t she lovely (now the song is in my head)! She has a nice fashion sense!
Thank you for liking “Nature’s Black Thumb.” I like the combination of wings, leaves, and other harvest motifs and the way the artist colored this illustration. Lady Fall reminds me of the Gibson Girl. However, Lady Fall has a softer look.
Yes, the Gibson Girl was what was bothering me – thank you for bringing her back to my mind. It has been nagging at me . . . what does Lady Fall look like – you are absolutely right!