where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 2, 2015 § 27 Comments
on the granite post
barbed wire holds
Tagged: barbed wire, bloom, fence, fence post, granite, landscape, lichen, macro, mountain
Beautifully composed shot and perfect words
Happy new year to you
And thank you
As beautiful as I remember. I lost you for awhile after my computer crashed, and it has taken me a long time to find you again, but I have always remembered your beautiful photography. Happy New Year.
So sorry to hear about your computer crash. So glad you found me again! The very best to you and yours in the New Year! Cheers, Catherine
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Thank you for sharing me with your readers. Very Best, Catherine
Great sense of detail, love it.
I so appreciate your comments. Thank you for taking the time. Best, Catherine
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Time spent well worth it Catherine, thank you.
Such a great shot, I think I can see my frosted breath!
Cold!!! Happy New Year!
love this moody shot
Thanks! Wishing you all the best in 2015! And so looking forward to the beauty you will create and share. Very Best, Catherine
Thank you so much. I always feel we have a few things in common with our approach to photography. Keep up the great work. Maureen
Such beautiful textures
Such lovely detail and texture…I can feel the cold!
Thank you so much for taking the time to comment! I love your work and am so inspired by your images. Wishing you all the best in 2015 and looking forward to seeing the beauty you create. Best, Catherine
Beautiful imagery and such supportive haiku. I long for just 30 minutes in this scene as the temperature outside climbs towards 41o C, thats about 112 o F. The wind is blowing up from the North and gusting at 60 knots with fires burning in rural areas. This is our summer here in Victoria Australia, how I long for a little sojourn in that Northern winter.
I hope the winds die down and the fires die out. I’ll have many more ‘cooling’ images as your summer proceeds.
Love this – words and image.
Very beautiful view!
I would have never thought of lichen on granite as “warm” – but compared to your wire “holding” the cold, it truly seems that way. Lovely how you captured their essence.
Something beautiful, but something harsh with the barbed wire…interesting capture.
Really like the pairing of this image and the poem. Well done.
Such a beautiful yet simple composition…the restraint holds the mood
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