where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 8, 2015 § 40 Comments
I recognize eternity
by the light of the moon
Tagged: black and white, black and white photography, branches, eternity, full moon, leaves, light in the dark, micro moon, moonlight, old friends, recognition, trees
Absolutely beautiful. I love this… the image and your words are perfect.
Lovely evocative shot and apt title and text
So do I.
I really love this.
Beautiful composition of the image and words
Thank you Gracie
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You are welcome, it’s the truth! 🙂
I love the spirit whispers going deep, penetration into the soul, when nature is viewed and respected.
such wonderful words…thank you _/\_
A perfect display of the messages that nature sends us in so many ways.
Very touching poem, well paired with the photo!!!!
Isn’t there always something a bit unsettling about eternity…but then when the eyes settle on the plants…the settling begins, calm returns–thank you for your inspiration in words and images.
Thank you for your always thoughtful and thought provoking comments. May your week be well.
Liked the moon.
Yes, yes, yes, and 1 like!
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thanks for sharing
Tree + night light= perfect combination for me. Congrats on such a beautiful picture.
thanks so much. this was one where I was taking the dog out around 9pm and the moon was so stunning I had to go back out with my camera.
Very beautiful photo shot!
Beautiful! I felt like the rising moon was keeping me company on my hundred mile drive home last night. Such a presence it has!
So powerful. I have really enjoyed getting my words and photograph every day.
I love that image!
No faff – this is how it is.
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it’s wonderful … your picture … and your text too!
I love the photo and the thought 🙂
Inspiring image and thoughts!
thanks for your comments _/\_
is this your photography and poetry?
yes it is
I like them both very much. I’m glad you liked a page of mine. I look forward to reading your posts!
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