where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 22, 2013 § 20 Comments
Fields of snow
by the sun and ground.
Tagged: crop, farming, land, landscape, mountains, outdoors, snow, winter
What wonderful insight in noting the relationship between snow and ground feeding one another in a beautiful cycle.
I wish we’d get some snow here.
Great verbal perspective on imagery.
Reblogged this on TreeMagazine – For People who CARE! and commented:
have a treetastic day..:)
I very much enjoy looking at all your pictures. Thanks for reminding me that the world is beautiful no matter the season.
Thanks for reminding us that we need snow in winter just like we need rain in the spring!
Brilliant pictures as always
…and soon Spring will bring forth new life!
The last little patch of snow before the sun melts it all away
Beautiful image with beautiful words. Thanks so much for stopping by and liking my recent post ‘Emerging Light’ – your support is greatly appreciated!
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Great photo but where is the snow?
behind the tree in the distance…the small square of white.
A unique harvest for an odd season…at least this winter is odd anyway.
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