where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
April 1, 2015 § 48 Comments
the ground begins
to make itself
Tagged: bare ground, change, frozen, landscape, making known, receding snow, resurrection, river, snow, transformations, trees, waiting
Natural Beauty 🙂
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…perfect for the photo – perfect for upcoming Easter.
So wonderful to see the ground again! 🙂
Superb layering of textures… nice to see them resolve from the whiteness at last. Happy spring!
A perfect introduction to Spring, with a perfect photo to match.
How welcome it is in NH this year!
Life takes on a more noticeable cycle once again.
Such a nice combination of forms — smooth parallels in the bottom half of the photo, and curves above. And isn’t it true that we can’t shovel the hillsides. We have to wait for them to show themselves.
Nice. But I’m ready for summer.
very nice. Easter and spring are coming!
I prey for both them
Seedbud: For everything there is a season.
Lovely setting! Rebecca
I absolutely love this picture!
Beautiful image, a familiar scene.
So beautiful. It looks like a painting.
Just beautiful and peaceful
This image and your words will help me get through the weekend, if faith gets too covered by ritual.
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I love this varied and layered landscape, so pleasing to the eye.
wow nice capture! check mine too. 🙂
Ack! I so dislike that all-white landscaping……..LOL
And soon all those hills will be green, flowers will pop up…and spring, it will make its entrance with fanfare.
Very beautiful photo shot!
I love this … it’s almost surreal …
A place to be present; thanks
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What a fabulous image. 🙂
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Thank you very much for your “like” on my “Like a dream with the reality somewhere deep inside”, on my art blog dispenza.wordpress.com. I often talk to my friends about your wonderful photos.
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