where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 31, 2015 § 34 Comments
across the winter muted terrain
dogwood grew a net of color
with hopes of catching spring
Tagged: abstract, angles, branches, color, dogwood, expectations, growth, hope, net, outdoors, red branches, shrubs, terrain
Very nice indeed, re both poem and photo! 🙂
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Interesting contrasts of colour.
Thanks for capturing the red that stands out in the landscape right now. Beautiful photos and poetry. I’m a new follower.
Seedbud…you’ve done it again. Red Dogwood branches are really beautiful and you captured the color precisely as it grows.
What a beautiful way to express the expectation and waiting. And what a fascinating photo 😉 I expect to see frost on the twigs, but look closely and realize it is fog 😉 beautiful!
I’m hoping to catch some spring as well. 🙂
I hope it comes to you soon!
Beautiful colours, intricate shapes and form…stunning words and photo!
Beautiful, hope spring arrives soon!
Wonderful symmetry in all of the branches.
I too hope to catch spring… Guess I need a net! Lovely photo and poem.
🙂 and/or patience!
Ahh yes, patience… The best net of all isn’t it? Words of the wise ^_^
Outstanding! Let us hope the net holds firm the wiley limbs of spring.
Looks like the sap is rising – such a beautiful red color… it has caught spring!
Modern art by Mother Nature – thanks!
That dogwood is sure to catch spring!
Beautiful. I hope to catch spring too! 🙂
I love this…I amazed at the beauty of the photography which is made more exquisite by the poems. Just beautiful!
Thank you VERY much!
Yes to spring. Thank you for winters end. Nice contrast. Brings it to life. Thank you for sharing. I love the simplicity.
thank you for your kind words
Very beautiful and nice!
Looks like from inside a body…….
Extraordinarily beautiful photo and poem to match!
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