where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 1, 2014 § 19 Comments
Tagged: berries, berry bush, fall, fall colors, landscape, mist, morning, nourishment, outdoors, visual feast
Lovely muted colours and beautiful words
And the birds (round here it might well be winter visitor thrushes, Fieldfare and Redwing) come in and find them a life-saver.
barren trees, wasted seasons, as life slips through
Nice muted colors. I like. Thanks.
Sparkly photo and sparkly words too. They leave thier sparkle in the heart.
The red berries are like whispers on the trees.
Love the red dots.
Gorgeous words and image.
lovely, soft and delicate.
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
That tree top line of red holds it, yet floating
beautiful! Do you mind if I paint a watercolor picture of this?
I’d be honored. Enjoy!
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