where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 11, 2014 § 24 Comments
a chandelier of ice
forms upon the pergola
Tagged: chandelier, chimney, ice, icicles, lighting, outdoors, pergola, winter
I am a new subscriber and do very much enjoy your postings.
I own Shin-boku Nursery in Wentworth and have seen some pictures taken here on your website.
Looking at your pictures I believe that you live in the area of Orford.
Should ever return to Shin-boku I would like to meet you and show you around. The Shin-boku Stroll Garden looks very nice in the Winter.
Thank you for your site.
Palmer, thanks so much for following and for writing. I’d love to come back to Shin-boku. I came with a friend on the fourth of July and you shared your hotdog picnic with us.:) I’d love to meet again; seeing the stroll garden in winter is on my must do list. Perhaps some time in January. I’ll email you so it can be a time when you are there. Very Best, Catherine
wow! That looks amazing
There is simply something ravishing about natural beauty such as this–thank you for capturing its freedom for us to share.
Beautiful I love the way you use repetition and patterns
Love that title–cool idea!
Very observant of you to see the chandelier, poetic too.
I love this piece, so creative!
Very interesting formations.
Lovely and perfect pairing of photo and words!
Your photography and descriptions make my day! Thank you
As a Meteorologist for over 35 years.. I was going to ask how that was lightning…. lol
LOVE it! Great caption!
very poetic and so romantic.. chandeliers of ice.. beautiful
Love, love love this photo!!
Very nice and beautiful!
Icicles are so magical.
Chandelier of ice – again, you’ve said it perfectly
this is wonderful… and best seen from the inside, on paper or screen, while the stove keeps us warm, a glass of something by my side…
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