where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 17, 2015 § 24 Comments
entwined and crossed
a wish for old forest growth
Tagged: fingers crossed, landscape, lover's embrace, luck, old forest growth, rock wall, shadow, snow, tree, winter, wish
Beautiful view of the rocks and tree.
[…] Yearning. […]
I always enjoy images such as this one. The temporary and the permanent is interesting to me.
Seedbud: Another example of your good work. Glad you incorporated the shadow.
I love this; the proximity of the rocks, already old growth, to the tree trunk is about as organic as one can get. Great photo and great words to hold it together.
Reminds me of the Greek myth of Baucis and Philemon.
Like a ballerina’s legs and feet.
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
Fingers crossed in hope
Reblogged this on one stitch at a time and commented:
I miss snow…………
Thank you for sharing me with your readers.
Lovely – the stonewall is so pretty with snow upon it.
Like lovers, intertwined…
I see so many trees entwined … A lovely wish, photo and poem
They do look like long lanky legs…..
Very nice and beautiful!
Love that nature poetry!!
Love that trunk and your words, too
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