where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 12, 2013 § 34 Comments
sentry in the mist
guardian of daydreams
Tagged: black and white, daydreams, guardian, heron, mist, morning, sentry, silhouette
Such a serene image. I love the phrase ‘guardian of daydreams’. You have captured the energy of the heron beautifully.
Oh wow! A work of art!! Gorgeous!
Oh I absolutely love this!
Is that – not – T H E m-o-s-t B E A U T I F U L thing you have ever seen?
I love Blue Herons!! Awesome pic!! Have a wonderful weekend!!
Reblogged this on My Poetic Spirit and commented:
One of my favorite bloggers . . . Enjoy!
I love that you captured the bird, the mist and the reflection in the water.. a wonder.
This is a beautiful shot, but, do yourself a favor and grab a better camera. Or post a higher resolution. You will see, it’s worth it and gives much fun and satisfaction.
I like the mistiness of the photo. Isn’t that what daydreams are? A big foggy and nebulous.
Wonderful photo: delightfully moody.
I love that!!
Reblogged this on Heron There & Everywhere and commented:
Watching these birds takes me inside.
Wonderful! I got a quick snapshot of a GBH yesterday, but nothing like this!
I love this!! Great contrast with the background (and the ‘thirds’ composition is very appealing).
a wonderful image and words
made me pause and take it in…
Very nice. Blessings, Natalie
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
Love the reflection and the monochromatic color
Is that us we see within this image, who does not wish to be this creature at this moment. Perhaps not for ever, but for now I do.
We have some resident herons nearby, I must take a camera with me, on the way home from work they are always in the same field, great to reflect on our insignificance in the greater scheme of things.
Mmmm! Lovely image and words.
This shot is just fantastic! Amazing atmosphere. Love the words too
A great and effective photograph.
Like the mainly monochrome tones in this image.
I love it, it’s perfect!
Another beautiful heron, or is it the same one? So beautifully caught.
This looks like a painting…lovely!
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