where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
April 20, 2015 § 27 Comments
a cupola wears
the willow’s crown
of golden glory
Tagged: architectural detail, barn, crown, cupola, dressing up, landscape, new england, rusty roof, tree, willow
Oh, I love this!! The photo is amazing and the words perfect! ❤
Thank you so much Trini! Willows always seem magical to me.
To me too ❤
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Thank you for sharing me with your readers!
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I love this photo a lot! Have a splendid week my friend! Hugz Lisa and Bear
You too! I was happy to read you got a little assistance with your noisy neighbor.
Also shared this. Reminds me of Poland where my family are from. Wild, wild, unspoilt, simple country. Thank you. I really love this and there has been a willow theme going on here! Mutual Willow Appreciation society!
Love this! Might want to paint it. Okay with you?
beautiful photo. Your words are perfect.
Excellent eye and pen.
The eye of a great photographer is hard to miss. You have it and I envy that ability to combine an image with such thought provoking words to back them up. That is talent which cannot be denied.
This one’s a winner!
Awesome photo & poem! I love old houses like this one.
Such a great photo and words. The photo can tell a thousand stories!
Very beautiful photo shot!
The willows seem to have a visible aura when they are in this early-spring stage – magical and so welcome after the winter.
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Buildings and nature finally working together.
A fairy tale.
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