where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 9, 2015 § 20 Comments
undiluted by colors
complexities of grey
emerge and educate
Tagged: black and white, black and white photography, clouds, complexities, education, emergence, grey, landscape, shades of grey, sky, trees, undiluted, winter
I enjoy reading your haiku! I’m currently looking for guest haiku writers at purehaiku.wordpress.com if you’re interested!
lovely pic and wonderful theme / Keep it up
Reblogged this on judithlesleymarshall and commented:
Am really enjoying following this blog. Perhaps you might too.
So beautiful. All i see is serenity and beauty in your work
Lovely!! I, too, have been posting about color education – in design.
This image would have reminded me of a painful incident, but looking at this I see nothing but beauty.
Very nice job !
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Beautiful photo. I especially like the first line; it says so much.
Reflects my mood….
Love the image! There indeed are complexities in grey.
This is silently electrifying.
Very nice and beautiful!
[…] Shades. […]
the monochromatic scale of winter “colors.” 🙂
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