where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 15, 2015 § 27 Comments
the birch wears
a coat of many colors
Tagged: abstract, bark, birch, birch bark, coat of many colors, Genesis, gradation, hue, macro, rainbow, shades of colors, the story of Joseph, tree, tree bark
A nice abstract to get us guessing without your haiku
I’m going to snag this photo for some future weaving inspiration…. 🙂
I’d love to see what you create!
Wow! I would have never guessed, though I wish I had, had it not been for the haiku. Good abstract work!
Gret image, Seedbud. The Birch is one of my favorite trees.
Thanks. Me too.
Seeing into, not just seeing, is what art can do–for the artist with a camera that helps, and for us, who often forget even to lo look–but also for the sake of beauty itself . Thank you for the woodsy morning vision this Sunday morning. My whole day is enriched. Lord, that I may see, see into, and through.
Albert, your words enriched my day too. Very best, Catherine
I thought it was an abstract watercolor painting at first. Very cool.
It looks like the Birch is bleeding.. sap.
I had a pair of Yellow-Bellied- Sap-Suckers kill my big weeping birch tree, it took 3 years. Some red squirrels came also and peeled the bark off for more sap.
Oh those rascals! so sorry to hear about your birch’s demise
Birch are beautiful at a distance, but close-up is where their real beauty lies. Lovely!
Looks like a water color!
Wonderful texture of colors.
You have so many beautiful images in this blog. It’s very calming to look at nature.
Very beautiful photo shot.
The beauty you share from plants, in words and photos does not cost any of us hard work or technological assistance–these experiences are free to anyone who walks outside, and listens, sees, smells, touches. Thank you for showing us the depth and breadth of that beauty!
a very nice image …
Love how these colours blend.
Looks much like a water colour! An amazing photo! You are very talented with a discriminating eye!:)
_/\_ thank you
Thanks YOU! I loved it!
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