where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 5, 2014 § 28 Comments
quietest of sounds
autumn being sshh’d
first snow filling the woods
Tagged: falling snow, first snow, landscape, quiet, snowflakes, trees, winter, woods
So still. So beautiful.
Love the imagery! First snows over Arran this morning….❄️
There is something very special about the first snow.
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I love the sound of snow falling and the hushed world around. Was difficult to resist sneaking out to make snow Nigel’s at 4 am in the deserted street … But I did and still regret it! ❄️
Next time you’ll know not to resist! 🙂
That’s so true… unless one has to drive it in!
Ops, I left my comment under the wrong place!
Oh my, I hope the person doesn’t wonder what on earth is she talking about! 😱
I can hear it! Lovely quiet…
Snow is so amazing, like it could be magical.
I appreciate your pictures..I could..If I let myself be envious that I’m not out walking around in the fresh air capturing these beautiful moments..beautiful manifestations of our God..but..I’m going to stick with appreciation for the ability He’s given you to capture them!
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Beautiful photo! Would make an awesome Christmas card! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Perfect poetic description of the sounds of snow
I love this. Beautiful.
Beauty all around, your photo and your poem. It makes me imagine you caught a picture of a winter snow fairy in glimmer. 😉
Well captured. Best part of a snowstorm aside from the beauty, the quietude.
as much as I dislike the snow…it is beautiful! 🙂
Thank You for this Beautiful Verse. I Truly Appreciate Your Inspirations 🙂 Happy Friday and Have a Fantastic Week End~
I love the little ball of light…it’s like a winter fairy. 🙂
autumn being sshh’d…. wonderful!
it’s not only a beautiful metaphor. Snow truly does quiet the world — and there’s nothing like it. Snow can be a pain, but it provides such a variety of experiences.
Sshh’d! Beautiful and creative.
Very nice and beautiful!
The sound and the silence of your posts fills me with peace. Hugely inspiring they take me to journeys never imagined.
thanks so much!
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