where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 8, 2015 § 18 Comments
are her golden
leaving only loveliness
Tagged: appreciation, change, field, goldenrod, macro, outdoors, solidago, what is left behind, winter flower
Great shot of a beautiful wild plant!
I’ve got arthritis — from lifting my handicapped students for years in and out of wheelchairs — so don’t photograph much any more in winter; the cold affects me too much. I must say… your winter scenes are extremely well done and are of a superb quality! As Emily Dickinson so graciously wrote:
Winter under cultivation
Is as arable as Spring.
Thomas, thank you so much for your kind words! I’m a huge Emily fan but don’t know this one. Thanks!!
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Wonderful flowing lines
Loveliness is always enough!
I love this one! ❤
She looks good in gray!
lovely lines 🙂
Very good. Thanks.
Such beautiful photos you have, congratulations and thanks for sharing them!
Very nice and beautiful!
Gorgeous! I love January’s fluffy warm plants!
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Nice shot, nice words.
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