where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 6, 2015 § 21 Comments
seeds slumber while
forced bulbs bloom
in late winter’s light
Tagged: black and white, black and white photography, bloom, bulbs, flowers, forcing bulbs, seeds, signs of spring, sleep, still life, transitions, winter light
Very nice shapes, but I’d like to see this in colour
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fantastic shot and have a wonderful Friday
Nice contrast with the background.
Soft, lovely light. 🙂
Oberservation is poetry to me – love your work.
Very beautiful photo shot!
This is what we’ve been waiting for all winter….:-)
Nice. I like. Thanks.
This is hauntingly exquisite!
Taking pictures of flowers is a thing for you.
very inspirational 🙂
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Excellent. Such a great image, capturing highlights and shadows and everything between …
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