where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 20, 2015 § 17 Comments
if the necessary conditions
are not met
there will be no sugar on snow
Tagged: conditions for maple sugaring, ice, macro, maple leaf, maple sugar, sap, snow, sugar on snow, sugaring, sweet treats, sweets
Sweet posting indeed!
Reminds me of one of Tori Amos’ songs:
Gosh I haven’t listened to Tori Amos in ages! Thanks for the reminder and connection!
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I’m giving a copy of her “Welcome to Sunny Florida” DVD to our niece on Sunday. She (our niece) is singing in a high school play… and has a great voice. I want her to see and listen to Tori… to possibly learn more about singing and to be appreciative of different (wonderful) styles! 🙂
The leaf is flying
Love the poem.
Seedbud: I really like this image.
Oh, so true… Maybe better conditions tomorrow! 😉
makes me smile …
I hope the sugaring season starts soon. I don’t want to imagine a world without maple syrup! 🙂
Ahhhh sugar sugar…
ooooh honey honey
Delicate. Sweet image …
Very nice and beautiful!
Simple, but beautiful! Thank you for liking my black and white challenge photography post. Have a great day!
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