where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 18, 2015 § 24 Comments
with the mysteriousness
of spring’s birth
Tagged: barbed wire, birth, fence, geography, geography of time, hills, landscape, life, mystery, snow, spring, transformations, trees
perfect mediation place…
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The snow is so beautiful! Lovely end of winter scene!! Happy Wednesday! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Geography of time….well said!
I like it!
Read a line in Murakami last night that came to mind. Something was “clear as crows on snow.”
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Oh! LOVE that line. It kind of echoes in my mind. Thanks for sharing it.
Special image, Seedbud. I love the leading lines
What a great title for a scene that will quickly change.
Beautiful. Where is the place?
It is outside of Thetford Vermont on Route 10 that winds along the Connecticut River.
Beautiful snow covered field.
I am amazed at how much meaning and emotion you are able to pack into so few words–like a puff of fresh air. I am inspired.
thank you so much _/\_
Hmm, I wish it would recede at my house!! ha ha
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HERE COMES SPRING 2015!!
I LOVE this photo, great balance and contrast – it reminds me of home! 🙂
well, it hasn’t receded here today … darn …
Very beautiful photo shot!
I like the subtle color and how the three hills of snow are separated by the lines.
Beautiful and evocative for me.
If ever the time check my page for words:)
All the best.
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