where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 26, 2013 § 57 Comments
The owl gazed into my soul
and left me whole.
Tagged: animal spirit, healing, owl, shamanism, solitude, soul, vision, woods
A beautiful photo and poem.
Completely Beautiful ; )
Such a beautiful creature.
Perfect. I just want to keep looking ….
Absolutely penetrating, exposing me to my own Self.
You’ve done it again:)
beautiful. He’s thinking you are too big for dinner.
Very nice! I hope to actually see an owl one day. I know they’re out there; lots of hooting, but no luck yet.
aww howw beautiful D
Oh, what a wonderful meeting.
I love this
What a magical blessing!
I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award…
Love your work…Love, hugs and prayers…ME and the Boss
Thank you so much for the nomination. I’m honored.
That’s so awesome!! I love owls!!
everything…words, image, meaning: magic
Beautiful image and the words are stunning for this photo.
Perfect. Thank you.
This is so beautiful x I find the same reaction when I gaze into the eyes of my little dog or my grandson. There is something so pure about their gaze that it does cleanse the soul and lift the heart to higher things x
Beautiful! There is an owl that stays in the woods near my house. I love to sit outside and watch/stare at it.
what a majestic fellow…you have a gift…for fitting words with the amazing photos you take! I’m very happy I found your world…
wow! awesome photo !
Wow, what a beautiful pic. I often hear owls near my home but have only caught a glimpse of one once in a lone tree right at daybreak. Didn’t have any way to capture the moment, so I really enjoyed this.
Amazing! Thank you…
What an amazing photo!!! There was a huge owl in our yard a few months ago, but too dark to really see him.
Wow. Just wow. I thought he was a pine cone at first.
What an amazing shot! Well done.
A wonderful moment captured.
A barred owl, right?
I salute and honor you Owl!
Lucky you for this encounter!
Tip ‘o the hat …
Owls are so amazing
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wonderful shot. those birch trees certainly add to it.
Hi. Beautiful owl among the grey trees. The poem is very memorable…. Jane
I have these all around the house in Rowe. There has been a nest across the road in a huge old maple for the past 3 year’s. I lay awake at night waiting to hear them.
What a perfect moment!
Wow, haunting. I agree with poppytump – I just want to keep looking.
Looks like an owl I had a daytime conversation with a few years back. This autumn a friend pointed out to me a huge nest in my willow…I wonder if that is where the fledgling fell from?
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What a beautiful photograph! We have owls, but so far they have eluded my camera. I just love your blog. The poetry and the photographs are so evocative..
Hello again, seedbud!
Lovely, lovely image, and thanks for liking my “Afternoon Sun Hits a Wall” post.
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