where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 18, 2014 § 43 Comments
every flake and crystal
Tagged: glitter, ice, landscape, mountains, outdoors, snow, snowy landscape, trees, winter
yes! each speck builds our earth. each star forms the constellations, our sky. Lovely thoughts. and beautiful image! No snow in England yet…
Beautiful again. I look and I want to walk there.
Beautiful snow kissed trees! Wonderful winter beauty! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Great shot. Thanks.
Beautiful again, a lovely composition!
Exactly so. There is no unimportant twig, no disposable flake.
A truth and a metaphor…yes…
WOW WOW WOW great shot!
lovely photo – those branches look like lace
It does look like lace. The snows this season have been so magical.
Very delicate picture.
Oh I love this one, Catherine! 🙂
I love the woods when they look like this. I like the ‘window’ out to the ridge. Gorgeous photo!
Thanks Eliza. The snow has been most wondrous this season.
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It feels like we have flipped Thanksgiving and Christmas this year. All the pretty snow is melting!
the snow makes it look so amazing
beautiful verse and photo
Beautiful! I love the mountains though we have chosen after ten frozen years to live in the valley!
Glad to bring a little of the mountain beauty to you.
What utterly beautiful words. So inspiring. I look forward to reading more mindfulness in nature on your blog in the new year. Till then, wishing for a very happy and festive holiday season for you and your family 🙂
Thanks so much Emma. Happy holidays and a wonderful new year to you and your family. Very Best, Catherine
The cool freshness of the air comes through this photograph and the landscape seems cooler and fresher. What a wonderful photo!
Trying to capture the glitter this time of year is just so tricky…this is great.
I love the blue tones here. Beautiful!
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Fantastic! Makes me want to grab my coat!
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#winter #photography #landscape
Remarkable composition …
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