where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 12, 2013 § 37 Comments
Rocks are the eggs
that time lays.
Tagged: eggs, incubation, landscape, rock, shadows, snow, time, winter
I love this thought!
Reblogged this on Equilibrium.
if you cropped it a little, it would be even more amazing: the trees in the background distract a little from the main focus: but leave the diagonal shadows.
Perfect! I’ll remember this thought with every little rock I see!
Don’t crop – like it as it is
lol…that is just perfect!!!
These things find you!
Clever and beautiful
great ! <3
So lovely !
I rarely comment, if ever, but just want to say how much I appreciate your daily observations. Today’s contribution is just wonderful, though I could say that most every day.
I’m bad about comments. But I appreciate them so much. So it was wonderful encouragement to hear yours. Thanks. Seedbud.
wow. a lovely perspective.
I like this, great photo and interpretation.
The stories they could tell…good photo.
as a geoligist, we call them Thunder Eggs, they are the beautiful ones that have crystals inside. But you must crack them to see them. Great photo!!
Oh “Thunder Eggs” – MARVELOUS.
thought you might like to throw that in a poem, we also call them Lava Bombs…but that’s not so nice sounding.. lol enjoy!
Lava Bomb does have a nice ring of its own!
From T.S. Eliot’s Choruses from “The Rock”:
A moment in time but time was made through that moment: for without the meaning there is no time, and that moment of time gave the meaning.
Lovely. Thank you for sharing that.
very good comment, how perceptive
You do have a knack for startling juxtaposition.
Beautiful in its simplicity
How beautiful! What an inspirational blog. Thanks.
Love this in particular your simple page layout is charming an a visual feast
You have such a clever mind
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