where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 9, 2015 § 43 Comments
joy is the sustenance
the hungry heart seeks
Tagged: hunger, joy, jubilation, seeking, self care, Spirit, spiritual journey, spirituality, sustenance, the hungry self
Beautiful bird standing in the snow,very nice.
How on earth (or snow) did you get that?
magic and a happy accident!
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What a wonderful moment to capture – such a rare image….
Seedbud: This image is great. How did you capture the fruit? Just interested.
There has been a large flock feeding in the tree and on the ground. They have gotten rather tame and I can just stand on the porch and shoot away – which I have been doing quite a lot. When eating off the ground they tend to toss them up into the air rather than just take one from the snow. Who knows why…maybe just in the spirit of fun. This was just one of those magic moments – a ‘happy accident’!
A happy accident, indeed–what a great shot!
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This is incredible and beautiful
Awestruck by the amazing beauty and timing of this image ~breathtaking ~ Amen :Y
Great photo! Loved the words.
Isn’t it fun to catch a bird eating? I was so thrilled when my pix of the mockingbird eating the viburnum berries came out. I love that “Ohhhh” moment when a “magic” picture that I have downloaded pops up on the screen for the first time.
I love how simple, but brilliant your poems are. Very inspiring!
Love it Seedbud. Great capture.
Now THAT is a photo and words to sustain me the whole day through. 🙂
A most extraordinary post.
This beauty took a lot of patience.
Amazing shot and lovely words. 🙂
Very good. Thanks.
Such a lovely image, but those few lines are really stellar 🙂
I absolutely love your work, your artistry…:-)
What a great capture!
What a perfect sentiment for this wonderful photograph 😉 One of the joys of winter- the nearly tame hungry little birds. I hope spring finds you soon 😉 Best wishes, WG
Sweet capture – and it’s snowing, too. 🙂
I so often enjoy your posts but never see the ubiquitous ‘like’ button that I would use to indicate “thank you for this little moment of happiness you gave me” — but you forced my hand with this one! I HAD to comment to say wow and thanks:)
Wow what an awesome capture, Catherine!!! Talk about being in the right place at the right time!!! 🙂 ❤
Incredible shot. Amazing.
Very beautiful photo shot!
How do you manage! Magic!!
Gorgeous capture! Wow!
I’ll add my Wow!
Great timing. How long did you have to wait to get this shot? I especially like the snow still on the berry. Keep up the great work!
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In memory of the chief of our merry band of Mad Birders. (Thank you, Leaf and Twig!)
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What a shot! That would be a moment that would be hard to catch too! Way to go! Gorgeous!
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I have only seen a wild Cedar Waxwing once. It is one of my favorite birds, and you captured a special moment with it. Transcendental.
Neat bird image.
Thanks for liking my post-I absolutely love your blog – perfectly matched word and images
Hmm- I don’t know why my comments are being posted as anonymous-I’m signed in-Kathie Chicoine
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