where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 28, 2015 § 36 Comments
rooted in the now
is their breath
Tagged: being present, black and white, black and white photography, breath, landscape, learning, lessons in nature, mountain, roots, trees
Another beauty. Works well in B/W
Your photography is extraordinary beautiful.
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Thank you so much. _/\_
Trees against snow is always one of my favourite picture subjects and yours is lovely. Thank you for posting.
Good shot. Thanks.
We had snow here kind of like that 8-10in
Seedbud: A really great image! Capturing it in black and white was brilliant and the focus is outstanding.
Thanks so much. This winter I have been experimenting with black and white much more than I have in the past.
I think your photograrhes are extra ordinary beautiful too, but I like your comments as well… and want to share, don t you want to add facebook too.
Thank you so much. There is the little box “share” under each image and if you click on that it opens and there is a facebook “like”. Is that what you are looking for?
I liked many times, but by this way only a notice can be seen on
facebook page, I would like to share image and your comment together.
I glazed to other blogger s pages too. There are different styles for adding apps. Yours can t be seen as a whole when I shared at facebook page, just seen as a little notice behind.
Thanks for letting me know! I’ll check into it.
Thank you for sharing your poetry!
Thank you. I love your artwork and how you combine mediums.
Austere and beautiful!
Beatiful picture. I like it so much
Fantastic light, shade and texture. Winter comes to life here.
Love the mountains in the background.
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Wonderful marriage of imagery and words
Lovely landscape of gently rolling hills. The wind is their breath indeed.
Once again your beautiful poem is indescribly perfect. It has words chosen with such a command of language that the words express the perfect thought exact, simple, clean and not one unnessessary word or even letter to clutter and detract. I have to ask again, in my ignorance, is this a hiiku? The estectic is so Jananese. Your choice of illustration is well suited to your words. I beg that you allow me me to share this poem on my blog
Barbara, Thank you for asking I’d be honored if you share it on your blog.
And thank you for your kind comments!
It is not Haiku which is 3 lines of a total 17 syllables in a sequence of 5, 7, 5
It is my homage to haiku.
Beautiful sentiment and perfect image to go with it!
…to be as trees…
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The mental image of the wind being the breath is such a good one. I like this image in B&W
Very nice and beautiful!
I still read your poems every day. I still love doing so. Thank you. Don’t stop.
Love the words and the image.
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