where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 2, 2014 § 27 Comments
fragile and fleeting
blossoms like snow
Tagged: blossom, flowering trees, fragile, garden, kinds of snow, landscape, petals, snow, trees
Nice click.. 🙂
How beautiful and delicate!
very ethereal – nice
Hi, we have these in NC too. Do you know what it is?
I’ve searched and searched on the internet but I don’t know what it is. If you ever find out – let me know!
Cold and lovely
What an amazing photo. I would have assumed it was seed fluff rather than blossoms – perhaps because of the time of year. It’s beautiful.
So uplifting the way the eye hits the blossoms and the shoots up the bank in to the sky.
thank you so much for all of your comments
Your entire site is amazing. The images put together with your poetic words of conscious awareness give each one such meaning that put me in the magical realm of wonder. Thank you for liking my post Dance of the Inner Flame as it has brought me to your beauty. Thank you, Khamara
Such kind words. Thank you Khamara
I have never seen snow like this! Absolutely beautiful!
This is a very soft and beautiful photo. Hugz Lisa and Bear
This is beautiful!
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
that looks nice, I miss the snow and that reminds me so much of it.
cassandra – I like your blog. Stop by here whenever you need a little winter weather while you are in warm Miami.
fleeting moments like snows first fall, soon to be gone
Fuzzy wuzzy…. 🙂
I just photographed a similar tree here in FL last week. I don’t know if it’s the same one but it’s been blooming for the last one month and now sends “snow” flying in the air.
It was good to come by, again, to see what I would see. Peace …
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