where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 16, 2015 § 27 Comments
so brave the grass’ gesture
Tagged: beckon, bravery, dismissal, gesture, grass, plant communication, snow, still life, wave, winter landscape
Elegant image and apt words
Amazing image and wonderful haiku
Good shot thanks.
Something about plants poking up thru a snowfall – as it casts shadows, and says, “Hey I’m still here!” Nice.
The snow is so beautiful! Bring on spring and warm sunshine! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Dactylis! I think it is Dactylis glomerata… The waves theme is very important for me: i’m working on the V.Woolf “The waves” just now
OH! Thanks for the latin name.
Seedbud, I’m delighted to have found your blog. Photography and haiku-style prose poems….yum. I’m a fan!
Thanks Susannah! Welcome.
Reminds me of a North Dakota forest 🙂
Love the title – very apt 🙂
Love the, beckoning.
Beautiful! And thanks a lot for following my portfolio blog!
It does look like it’s waving – or perhaps bending to the side to see whether spring is coming around the corner? 🙂
We can find beauty even now… 🙂
Very beautiful and nice!
Reblogged this on ArtEdutech and commented:
Poetry with Photography…..nice!
Thanks for sharing me with your readers.
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So minimal, so starkly beautiful.
oh.. how absolutely beautiful…
Beautiful, fragile and serene at the same time!
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