where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 16, 2013 § 35 Comments
Conjoined the twin trees stand
held in place by spirit
despite death and decay.
Tagged: druidry, forest, landscape, outdoors, Spirit, totem, trees, winter
You lift me every day, leaf and twig … but today, wow. Thank you.
That is so lovely to hear. Thank you.
I do like natures art
I too take pictures of random nature and am surprised how often sculptures are created .
I always enjoy your vignettes on nature, very inspiring, thanks.
Thanks for the encouragement!
Yet another wonderful photo with such inspired words.
You are a bright spot in our mornings. We love your pictures, but even more so are often inspired by your words. Such was the case today. Thank you.
Thank you so much. It is so lovely to know.
Thank you for a beautiful start to the day.
Thank you for letting me be a part of it.
This image touched me. Thank you.
wow…that is a poem
Beautiful. I wish you had a ‘like’ button – I often want to express my appreciation of your work, but don’t always want to comment. At any rate, even if I don’t comment, know that I am enjoying your work very much!
Amy – thank you. I am so encouraged that others are enjoying my efforts. There is a like button at the very top of the page on the wordpress tool bar on the left hand side. Thanks again! All the best, Seedbud.
Aha – missed that! Thanks.
at the risk of repeating myself…wonderful…you seem to find the perfect shot.
Heather – I enjoy your keen artistic eye as much, I’m just terrible about writing comments.
seedbud…thank you for your kind words, they are very much appreciated… lol I understand, not everyone comments, but… that you have is nice…
Another great photo. I really enjoy your site!
Awesome! Nature combined with your camera … ROCKS Thank you
Beautiful photo and a very uplifting thought.
I like the interpretation
and we don’t get to see this marvel until Winter – a gift of Winter, truly.
Always such truly lovely combinations of word and image.
Thank you for leading me to your posts–lovely images and words.
the topic and image impress. I recommended your blog on Junsjazz Images and Inspiration-you do a wonderful collaboration of two artforms on your own..Kudos.
Oh Jane, thank you.
I have only just begun checking out your photos recently when you dropped by my blog and liked one of my photos and I have to say I have been awestricken several times by your amazing talent to match your photos with your words. Your blog is really captivating and your photos and poetry so beautiful. I especially love this one.
Thank you so much for visiting and for your encouraging words!
…precious and fragile poetry, what joy to encounter. Thank you
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