where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 19, 2015 § 32 Comments
lens of the past
abstracting the present
waves of light and memories
Tagged: abstract, antique window panes, being present, birds eye, light, memories, rondels, the past, trees, waves, wavy glass
Your poetry is so delightful! Awesome words for your photo! I hope one day to be good at poetry as you are! A big inspiriation! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Reblogged this on blondiesBEARista and commented:
I love Seedbud’s poetry! Wonderful words describes phots perfectly!
Thanks so much for your kind words and for sharing me with your readers. Have a wonderful day!
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Your the best sweetie
nice – like using a blur filter
A unique perspective, seeing through the lens of an old window. Our house is just shy of 100 years with wavy windows that have a slight tint of green in them. I will be thinking of your lovely words as I gaze out of them later.
Absolutely beautiful! I love this photo.
This is magnificent
Love this silhouette view.
Beautiful words and photo!
I love reflections. They always remind me of Monet’s paintings. Beautiful!
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This is lovely, like looking into a pool of water. You don’t see a lot of old windows anymore, everyone replaces them. Makes yours pretty special! 🙂
very cool shot, and perfect words with it! 🙂
This is Lovely.
The picture perfectly suits your lines. Great work 🙂
Yes: “The picture perfectly suits your lines.”. Very nice!
Fascinating reflection photo
Beautiful poem. I just keep rereading it. I love how these three simple lines can have such a deep and powerful meaning. Our conception of our present reality is inextricably shaped by the memories we have of past conceptions.
Very nice and beautiful!
Beautiful words and image….I’m getting list in them
Love this one.
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