where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 23, 2014 § 24 Comments
Tagged: autumn, field, grass, hymn, landscape, praise, psalm, song, trees
Such a lovely shot. My eye is always drawn to seemingly insignificant details and I immediately focused in on the lone leaf, clinging on till the last, (top left of centre). Somehow my mind perceives it as the pivotal point of the picture. Funny how the mind works… 🙂 x
We are in summer here in Uruguay, and for an instant looking at the scene I somehow dismissed it as insignificant compared to the bright sun and flowers everywhere that we have here… then I took a deep breath and sank into the quiet autumn light and yes… it’s a psalm, a moment of eternity and thank you for sharing this!
love the haiku too
Beautifully composed! Thanks for sharing!
Whoever writes the little poems is outstanding as well as the photographs.
Poetic in expression, composition and the subdued palette.
Great photo and well-matched poem.
Very beautiful and nice!
THANKS! (for all your comments)
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You’re welcome! Have a nice evening! 🙂
I like the shot and the poem.
The horizontal sweeps of the bare twigs counter the vertical sweeps of grass as does the blues and purples of the woods against the hints of yellows and siennas in the grass.
great photograph i love that dark sky against the trees
Winter’s coming …
Jealous, but showing love to your words.
Nature is such a tremendous inspiration for our writing…I live by that inspiration.
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