where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 9, 2013 § 42 Comments
The storm left
sculptures and mysteries
Tagged: close up, macro, magic, mystery, sculpture, snow, storm, tree, tree jewelry, weather
A real mystery that one. Snow donut anyone?
Ha! Yes please, with powdered sugar.
No shortage of that in the vicinity!
Nature’s game of horse shoes?!
Oh good one!
what an interesting photo… :~)
Kudos to you for noticing all of the beauty that you see in God’s world.
A great talent and thanks for sharing.
Love, hugs and prayers…ME and the Boss
I have nominated you for the ‘Very Inspiring Blog Award.’ Please see http://jahnosecret.wordpress.com/2013/01/08/very-inspiring-blogger-award/ if you wish to participate. Peace, Michael
Michael, thank you so much for your kind nomination and for sharing me with your readers. Very Best, Seedbud.
LOVE it! What a surprise that must have been!
Isn’t it amazing when nature gifts us with such great opportunities for incredible photographs!
My wife and I love all of your pictures. Today’s ice donut was particularly beautiful and fascinating. We are so glad that we are following your blog, but I will tell you that your winter (cold) pictures remind us of why we moved to Ecuador!
Some sunshine and warmth sounds very good right about now. So glad you wrote – I’ve been wanting to wish you a Happy New Year!
Ha Ha! I love it. Yes, I too have been photographing snow shapes in the great outdoors.
my only mystery is how i can take a bite of that powdered snow donut.
Love the picture.How did that happen? (although it does make me think of doughnuts as well!)
It does look like a donut doesn’t it?! I don’t know how that happens…mysterious.
Nature is a wondrous thing. WouldLOVE some of yourcold weather right now….so HOT in Australia
That’s put the just to make you smile and wonder! Thanks for sharing.
Thank you for dropping by my blog, it gave me the opportunity to visit yours and it is fantastic. You should be proud of yourself.
I think the fact that you noticed this is a great credit to you. Love the simplicity of the poem. Jane
Looks like a bagel with cream cheese to me!
Hi! I nominated you for the Beautiful Blogger Award. You probably already know all about this stuff, but I’m so new to WordPress that I’m still learning. Just in case, here are the details: http://blogofloveliness.wordpress.com/2013/01/10/beautiful-blogger-award/
Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful photographs and words!
Hi, thank you so much for your nomination and for sharing me with your readers! All the best, Seedbud
Sugar free donut! I LIKE that!
Fabulous. That really reminded me of Michigan winters.
Amazing what you see when you look.
What an amazing and surreal image – fabulous!
You have such a feel-good blog here. Thank you for visiting ours
I am so curious as to how that happened. That’s amazing. Nature is so amazing.
Each day your message from nature comes to my in box and I think, “This is my favorite.” Then the next day a new message comes in and I think, “Oh, this is my favorite.”
Lynda Oh thank you so much. It is so lovely and encouraging to hear.
Breathtaking! Nature is a genius artist…
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