where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 27, 2013 § 24 Comments
Acrobatic twists and turns
may be required
to remain in place.
Tagged: abstract, acrobat, hanging on, macro, requirements, snow, twists
Wow! how is a snow twist formed? is it something to do with the wind blowing or is it snow formed on material?
From what I remember of my days in snow country, it’s a result of melting and re-freezing. Isn’t it amazing?!
That is an amazing sight …and shot. thank you for sharing this.
Looks more like a scarf to me
Wow, how neat! Mother nature never ceases to amaze me.
great shot, somewhat thinking like Jason, I thought cloth.
I absolutely love your succinct perspectives on these beautiful photographs.
Thats super cool!
Awesome capture and perfect words!
What a neat phenomenon!
Beautiful, so unusual too.
I think it’s falling…
Astonishing. Looks like a snow scarf or a snow rope.
I really like this one, photo and poem
Breathtaking! You have beautiful writing and photography.
Nature at its best, just amazing!
Reblogged this on Cottage Holiday Group and commented:
Nature’s roller coaster described with a short poem as well!
Thank you for all your encouraging comments and for sharing me with your readers.
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