where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 28, 2015 § 23 Comments
bloomed in March
Tagged: abstract, bloom, flower, flowering, frozen, ice, making do, New England weather, rose, snow, spring
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it’s wonderful 🙂
Bloomin’ cold. 😉
I still have a piece of my mother’s favorite pressed glass pattern, called “Roses in the Snow.” And of course there’s Emmy Lou Harris’s wonderful version of Roses in the Snow. They’re everywhere, although yours won’t last as long as these others, except in memory.
Great eye – the taking down of winter is just as pretty as the building up. 😉
You are forever optimistic!! 🙂
Looks like our flowers this supposed spring.
Wonderful find in these early days of spring.
Just wanted to stop and say thanks for the like on my blog. I will give you a follow. I love how you mix poetry with nature in your photography. I’m sure I’ll be visiting your blog often as I get spare time.
I always associated flowers with freshness! Fantastic composition!
Very beautiful photo shot!
I’ll take it!!!
I love how you see the world. 🙂
It’s a late bloomer! But beautiful.
Breath-takingly stunning! Truth runs deeper than just what the eye can see.
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