where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 3, 2015 § 18 Comments
the rest of the rock wall
Tagged: collective, community, landscape, outdoors, rock wall, snow, stones, support, togetherness, winter
The stones are much more balanced than most people are! 😉
Perfect, Seedbud! I can’t imagine how it came to be?
It took me a minute to find the baby. it’s a wonderful photo, and puts me in mind of Robert Frost:
Something there is that doesn’t love a wall,
That sends the frozen-ground-swell under it,
And spills the upper boulders in the sun;
And makes gaps even two can pass abreast…
Neat! Reminds me of a Andy Goldsworthy “nature sculpture”.
Lovely shot. Very New England: rock walls and snow!
I love it!
Beautiful enough to break a heart.
A great piece of art.
Lovely balancing act.
Very beautiful and nice!
i think it looks lovely, sort of japanese gardenish. or like a little round stonehendge,
ruthie – you always have such interesting observations. thanks for sharing them. Very Best, Seedbud
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Thank you and you’re welcome ! 🙂
New England stonehenge.
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