where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 18, 2015 § 21 Comments
pickets bravely attempt
to keep the sunshine
in the winter yard
Tagged: bravery, fence, garden, holding on, landscape, picket fence, sunshine, white, white picket fence, yard
Another warm winter shot
Both your writing and pic are great.
I don’t know if you know this but at first glance, i didn’t see the white fence but glass like reflection. It happens if you don’t look at the bars but between them.
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Thanks so much. Several folks have mentioned that exact same thing. Funny how one or the other pops out at you.
I totally love snow… after the first week or so, not as much….lol
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Another wonderful picture and description
beautiful, follow my site, life line, for all sorts of short stories.
Seedbud: Good work with sunshine and shadow. You know I love to shoot sunshine and shadow … It’s my favorite way to shoot. The empty bush or tree and snow in the background shows the bleakness of winter.
Magical shot. You have so much talent.
so kind. thank you.
Ah, fencing in the sunshine! Charming idea!!!
great photo! for my photos and ideas view my blog, life line
Temporarily it’s working! 🙂
Very nice view.
This one made me not just smile but laugh, at the end of a long tiring day. thank you
You are most welcome! 🙂
I love your prose, and I have to say that this photo is like an M.C. Escher drawing, with the pickets the negative space between a row of twiggy trees. It took a few seconds for me to see the reality. Fun!
The imagery in word and picture are amazing.
Very nice and beautiful!
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