where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 9, 2014 § 28 Comments
closest to heaven
wear white first
Tagged: elevation, fall color, fall colors, heaven, lake, landscape, mountains, snow, winter, winters approach
So true. Nice shot.
serenity and beautiful
I’ve studied and studied, and still can’t decide whether that little cap on the highest peak is snow or thick cloud. In the end, I think it doesn’t matter. It’s like looking for the horizon line between sky and ocean on a murky day — it’s there, whether we see it or not.
Lovely photo and word-images,
Reblogged this on Pinks & blues & poetic views.
thanks for sharing me with your readers
sure, I always look forward to your posts:-)
Beautiful! I live so far away from major elevation changes its not even funny. Love pics like this.
I love winters white cape…a tiny veil to begin with, but with promises of thick blankets to follow 🙂
I love your blog. The pictures are beautiful and the poetry simple and beautiful. It makes my day. 🙂
Serene, peaceful, heavenly!
Oh, yikes, here it comes! 😉
I really like that thought!
Peaceful view of a distant landscape.
as always, love your thoughts!
Beautiful and evocative.
Very nice and beautiful!
Snow tires today! It looks like the whites?
Just plain wonderful …
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