where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 8, 2013 § 22 Comments
Residing on a single stem
a trinity of spirals
each holding what it can
Tagged: capacity, close up, leaves, macro, portrait, snow, trinity, winter
I love this.
lovely…both words and photo!
Thank you for “paying attention, being astonished, and telling about it” ( from my favorite Mary Oliver quote. I love the image and ripples that your words create in my heart.
How lovely to hear. Thank you.
I can’t decide which I like more, the image or the words…or maybe just both together. Your posts are always a moment of calm in my day.
It brings such satisfaction to hear that. Thank you.
Less is often more. This is the best of both.
simple and effective
your way of expressing words is outstanding. I agree with Elena.
concise conveyed clarity
3 c’s and a smile.
It took me so many words to still not say that…
Truly, we are the sum of all, I see again.
3rd time’s a charm!
i admire the light/dark balance in this photo very much. lovely work.
Have you seen the “small stones” website? This is a perfect example of that. Lovely picture and thought.
Thanks. I do know the Small stones website. I fact this blog was inspired by my small stones practice.
Simple and succinct! Love it!
Fantastic (in both senses) photo!
As we all should!
so beautiful…your photo and your words
Lovely, suggestive of resilience and endurance!
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