where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 7, 2015 § 30 Comments
Tagged: feelings, fence, field, granite, landscape, New Year, post, snow, view, winter
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Lovely picture. It makes even the cold look good.
Love the beauty of fresh snow!
Oh yes ! 🙂
[…] Marker. […]
so true…beautiful and perfect!
This is a neat image. Simple, yet telling.
A blanket of quiet, cold, beauty! :-]
So pretty and peaceful looking.
well said..again and again.
Really love the concept!
Simple, well-composed and yet engaging!
Very pretty. Makes you wonder if there’s something beneath!
And that they do:)
What is a tree
What is a tree without branches or leafs
I sit in its shade with my roots
Imbedded n God’s green earth
What is a tree with its seed planted as programs
What is a tree without me
What am I without leafs or branches
They certainly do! Beautiful snow landscape!
So simple — and so true! Wonderful photo as well. ❤
Love those old markers – great composition of horizontal and vertical with the dried grasses and field.
So true. Thanks.
Your photography is enthralling!
I really like this photo! It tells so many stories.
I wonder if rural communities still elect “fence viewers” …
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