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January 9, 2015 § 19 Comments
on darkness gathering round
the necessary shroud
sheltering inchoate spring
Tagged: black and white, clouds, darkness, dormancy, dormant, gathering darkness, inchoate, landscape, shelter, shroud, sky, trees
Love the alliteration
wonderful words for the tart of the day 🙂 nice
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very apt to my state of mind at the moment – there is a reason for everything, even darkness…
Love the picture! And the musings. 🙂
I like your composition.
No sunset, no sunrise. No winter, no spring. No rest, no luxuriant growth. Learning to love the darkness is as necessary as rejoicing in the light, I think.
I never thought of it this way……..shrouded…….a good way to view winter. It is necessary for spring to follow.
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Looks like Oz clouds…. 🙂
An enchanting wintry scene.
remarkable picture and great writing. 🙂
I love this photo – it has movement to it – must be the clouds!
Very nice and beautiful!
spring is going to come soon enough! I am thankful for winter colds and the rest from the gardens 🙂
It has a nice mystery feel, almost as though the weather has something in store.
A striking image …
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