where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 25, 2013 § 21 Comments
find their way
by instinct and inspiration.
Tagged: animal tracks, inspiration, instinct, journey, landscape, path, snow, tracks in the snow
Has your like button hidden itself? It used to be at the top of the page.
WordPress hides it. I wish they would stop. Now it comes and goes.
lmao brilliant 🙂
As always, nicely put.
interesting right angles in the snow
Great capture of ephemeral evidence of fascinating animal behavior. Thanks for posting so many beautiful images. (Thanks, too, for ‘liking’ my recent post.)
And perhaps another 2 or 4 crossed paths?
It looks like a work of modern art.
Very nice post.
Nice. Do you know what kind of animal made those tracks? More of a walker than a hopper, apparently.
Nice one 🙂
What made those tracks? I am curious 🙂
I can’t remember what snow looks like.
Lovely and evocative…
I like. v.
Interesting photo. I’d click the like button but as noted above, you don’t seem to have one anymore.
Actually if I look at this in the wordpress reader, I see a like button. I don’t see one if I actually open your blog post. Weird.
Delightful ‘found’ art like this, which you can photograph, lamost turns it into conceptual art. Photos are wonderful means by which you can catch that fleeting moment. Thanks!
this is lovely, light hearted I may take it with me the rest of the day!
Love this picture and its description 🙂 Well done! Do you know what animal left the trail?
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