where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 11, 2013 § 21 Comments
with a snow cap hat
waits out winter wishing
for a feathered nest.
Tagged: birch, bird house, birds, hat, nest, portrait, snow, trees, winter
Beautiful bird box. Which birds like to nest there?
Great picture. It does look so like a woolly bobble hat!
lol…wonderful words for a great photo!
hello, As I have really enjoyed following your blog, I have decided to give you a little compliment by nominating you for the Versatile Blogger Award. If you are interested, there is more information here; http://myrtel.wordpress.com/2013/01/11/versatile-blogger-award/.
Hi, thank you so much for the nomination. I’m honored. And thank you for sharing me with your readers.
Pleasure ; )
I nominated your blog for the versatile blog award if your are interessted
Hi, thank you so much for your nomination – and for sharing me with your readers!
Kudos to you, I love how you express your thoughts into lovely poems that are so well said with a rythym that captures my attention and a beautiful image as well. I stay away from awards as I find them distracting.
Lovely photos! Thank you for sharing them.
Thanks for dropping by my blog. Great images and thoughts.
Birch trees are so beautiful with their papery skin.
Love the photo and poem and the idea of a bird box waiting to be filled with a nest!
Fantastic photo and birdhouse!
Hi there, I’ve just stumbled onto your blog and am thoroughly enjoying the prose accompanying the photos. If you’re interested I’ve also dabbled in a similar style, albeit a little more verbose and not quite so frequently as yourself …feel free to check out my blog if you’re interested.
Thanks for dropping by my blog! I really enjoy yours, both pictures and words are inspiring… hope to see you around more often
It won’t be long now till a feathered nest finds its home there.
Really like this!
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