where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 17, 2014 § 28 Comments
changes are weathered
amidst constant beauties
in the good company of trees
Tagged: company, good company, hydrangea, landscape, lessons, Mother Nature, outdoors, trees
How lovely those colours are against the black and white branches 🙂
Reblogged this on welcome to hades.
Good shot. Thanks.
I like this photo
Beautiful contrast in nature!! Happy Monday wishes, Hugz Lisa and Bear
Lovely way to start the week!
The company of good trees sounds like somewhere I would like to be….what a pretty shot
The sweet surprise of seeing hydrangea this late in the season, against the starkness of winter trees..
Like a colour photo merged with black and white!
Lovely words too.
I love trees in all seasons. I think they are like friends, always showing you the way home. Beautiful shot.
~ Love ~
“the good company of trees” is a great line. It makes the heart full to hear it.
I agree totally with burlwhitman’s sentiments! Love the photo and the words, but WHAT are the flowers, please?
they are hydrangeas – who managed to linger much longer than most
Thank you for answering! They seem much taller and have a different shaped leaf to ones I see in Australia.
Still life in the leafless trees.
Very nice and beautiful!
I’m so happy to see this as mine did not flower this year at all 😦
love the poem too… beautiful!
Beautiful. Just plain beautiful.
Oh I can’t believe the hydrangea still has its color! Nice shot!
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