where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 3, 2015 § 30 Comments
all of the intricacies
of the universe
unfold in the maple blossom
Tagged: blossom, budding trees, flower, macro, maple leaf, reveal, spring, the universe, trees, unveiling
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My first view of maple blossom. How beautiful.
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Mine too. A revelation. Slow explosion.
A lovely picture and poem. Thank you for posting.
As others have noted, I have never seen a maple blossom. It’s incredibly beautiful. Thanks!
Very beautiful, a nice way to start the day.
So bright, so vivid, so vibrant!
This is beautiful. I have not visited for far too long and have missed so much!
So pretty! Yay, spring!
Reblogged this on cat and plant.
Do you happen to know which species this is? I’ve never seen anything like them — the maple blossoms I know are green or greenish-yellow. They are beautiful, for sure.
I love your poetry and pictures!
I loved to know the maple blossom! I had never seen before. I liked your post.
Does a maple blossom blossom on a maple tree? I’ve never seen them before.
Our Creator is amazing!
So many intricate details that only He knew we would need to survive – – from the tiny ant , to the stars in the heavens, to the flowers, to cells inside our bodies. I am always in awe of His masterpieces – – more so by nature than with humans, perhaps because looking inward is a lot more challenging than looking out. Seeing His magnificent work from an outward perspective helps me better understand how much He must love humans (me). He created man, after all the other creatures so we may have them to love, care for and enjoy for sustainance and companionship (Genesis chapter 1).
Oh how He loves us!
Beautiful and fascinating.
I love this one – it’s beautiful!!! ❤
Reblogged this on greatepitome and commented:
Awesome God doing awesome things
Very beautiful photo shot!
Bight and beautiful !
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