where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 15, 2014 § 29 Comments
a lone pine
and the mountain beyond
behind brave branched trees
Tagged: alone, bravery, landscape, mountain, outdoors, simplicity, trees, winter
If you are familiar with the flat color movement in web design, this photo would fit right in. Lovely.
The symmetry here is quite beautiful.
this one made me smile and to think of the tree Place :) i miss it!!
That “clean curve of mountain against sky” is so reminiscent of the Flint Hills horizon. A beautiful photo.
Love the view.
So lovely and crisp…very tranquil too!
Nice shot… :)
Reblogged this on thisoldtoad.
a body beyond the pines
i like ‘brave branched’
but i had to think about it…
beautiful line on that mountain
Reblogged this on designs on your future and commented:
I LOVE Seedbud’s poetry. There’s such invention in the brevity of his words.
Thanks so much!
The images are beautiful and so are the haiku.
The composition of the image is stunning and the words fit perfectly. This beauty makes your Like on latest post an even bigger compliment! thank you
What wonderful images and imagination. Wow!
Gorgeous! Seeing it through my phone, it makes me think of a beautiful wood print or artistic illustration. Brilliantly composed!
Oops! Didn’t know it posted anonymously. [chuckle] sorry about the double comment.
Love the curve of the hills behind the veil of trees and the flat of the snowy cornfield – elegant composition!
As always your photo and poem brings a little moment of peace and reflection to the day! Thank you!
Great rhythm in your image and words!
We are speaking the same language.
Perfect, perfect picture…
Something very zen here.
I really like the horizontal lines in this image and how they meet and diverge. Well done.
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