where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 12, 2015 § 23 Comments
in the absence of leaves
uphold winter’s bitter blue
Tagged: absence, bitter, blue sky, branches, dead tree, dead wood, holding up the sky, limbs, outdoors, sky, tree
Amazing image and words!
Another amazing portrayal of nature!
Leafless, the shape is revealed
‘alone the branches’ ? 🙂
Such a gorgeous blue! Beautiful old snag, what I call a birdie B&B.
Someday a green life it will be.
Love the image and the words.
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So simple and yet beautiful. I have been seeing a lot of beauty in leafless trees framed in a blue sky. Thanks.
Poor tree. Thanks.
This blue sky is fascinating!
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
Good eye. Remarkable color and clarity.
LOL!!! I’ve a lot of photos of nude trees in the sky! Liked!
Ooh I’m glad I found your site. Love trees and the simple but poignant words you use.
Very nice picture.
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