where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 15, 2014 § 22 Comments
the changing light
the passage of the season
painted on the canvas of the pond
Tagged: abstract, claude Monet, impressionism, light, painting, pond, season change, water, wind
Oh my! How exquisite this is!
this is really beautiful!!
Absolutely lovely … Thank you.
This is wonderful. I’m amazed each day by your bottomless creativity.
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
I LOVE this – tres fantastique (you know I’m a sucker for French Impressionism)!
Thanks so much for the visit and the like. Your blog is beautiful, and thought-provoking.
Stunning! You’ve brought the impressionists back to life with this picture.
Autumn is definitely Monet’s season. I titled one of my blog pieces Monet as my photos reminded me so much of the paintings!
The colorful, gentle movement this creates is peaceful, sweet.
So peaceful and — yes — impressionistic!
Lovely. Captures the feeling both in word and image.
oh my gosh this is lovely. Monet indeed!!
Beautiful pic, beautiful title. Beautiful your eyes, also: for they can see this…!
Judy, thanks so much for all your comments. Best, Seedbud
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