where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 12, 2013 § 38 Comments
Melting snow gives voice
to the brook’s song of spring.
Tagged: brook, macro, rocks, singing, snow, spring, voice, water
Lovely. My brook this morning is more like a raging river from heavy rains.
What a gorgeous photo…it just draws me in
beautiful and the birds know spring is on its way. they are singing quite loudly these days.
So it does, and isn’t it interesting the way the song changes all the time? I wonder if it ever sings exactly the same song.
This is very beautiful.
Thank you for stopping by! Beautiful images here!
Water is so crystal clear, it’s mesmerizing.
Wonderful – I see a snow goose gliding over the stream.
Oh! I do too now!!!
Me too!! How fun!
What a perfect “Is the day half bright or dark?” shot. With your insight, it is clearly bright!
I love the bright and shadow, Seedbud!
Melting snow a bloody mess here!
Love the layers of light and shadow.
Just thinking about the snow melting makes me happier. Come on July.
I love that song!
I love the snow goose.
Yes! one of my favourite songs!
Very nice… yearning for spring!
Finding beauty in natures change.
Excellent, as usual. Particularly the ethereal snow goose …
Great! Thought that was a photo of a dove for a moment.
Beautiful. The contrasts make such a strong image.
Awesome lines and photo.
very sweet almost meloncholy.
I love the composition !
Well done! I love the contrasting textures.
So interesting and pretty! God bless!
I can hear it. Nice!
Thank you…so lovely.
looks like a bird in flight
Very nice! Thank you for sharing
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