where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 24, 2015 § 37 Comments
intimacy with existence
look without naming
Tagged: being present, existence, forest, insight, intimacy, landscape, march storm, rock wall, seeking, sight, snowy woods, trees, woods
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Seedbud: Beautifully composed…Great capture!
I also seek something so and often with the same no name.
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I love peering into the woods and getting that mystical, magical feeling. Your pictures holds that experience for me.
Thank you. _/\_
Thank you – profoundly beautiful.
That’s quite a reach for humans, even natives to a place, but well-worth trying.
John, it is a reach, but worth the try. Thanks for stopping by.
Beautiful serenity – ‘look without naming’ – I like that!
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To name is to (try to) control-but mystery disappears, along with reverence. Your words and the image remind me of that.
Albert, thanks. _/\_
Daily on my walks I have at least one moment where I just am with the trees and sky. It makes everything endless and I expand and refresh. This photo reminds me of the vastness and quiet of nature.
Gretchen, I know exactly what you mean about expanding and refreshing. I see the spirit of nature and her vastness and quiet and power in your artwork.
That picture is a great time machine.
a quiet fulfillment
beautifully wintery, cold…
Thanks for your comments. I’m following your intriguing blog.
Well put .
Beautiful view of a cold day.
A still clear mind, not commenting. Intimately existing….now
What’s so bad about naming things sometimes? Now the name for that might be OCD. Yikes!
It looks like silence. Maybe there’s just the tiny noise of snow creaking under your boots. Do you have a dog? This scene would be wonderful to explore with a dog by your side. 🙂
Ruthie – I LOVE the idea of what silence looks like. I do have a dog and we wander the woods often. Have a great one.
Oh good! Does make everything better. Thanks, I will! You too!
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I like the your beautiful image and the concept it portrays.
Very nice and beautiful!
No more snow…..
Great advice! Jane
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