where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 13, 2014 § 21 Comments
big snow, tall trees
how tiny we are
Tagged: birdhouse, outdoors. landscape, proportion, scale, size, snow, snow fall, trees, woods
Nice shot. Clean white. Thanks.
Perspective is always good! thank you!
Lovely. The birdhouse puts it in perspective
Divine, and your words…. so true.
Really lovely….words and image.
beautiful and so true
Great photo. Love black and white imagery.
This photo reminds me also of clean, fresh, cold air… what a lovely feeling even though we are small compared with the trees!
It’s like the freshness of a new beginning.
We are always tiny, insignificant in front of nature.
If only we could leave little footprints…. 😦
Beautiful! We are really small in the big scheme of nature.
I’m wanting snow! Beautiful!
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