where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 5, 2015 § 32 Comments
beneath barbed wire
Tagged: barbed wire, flowers, landscape, scilla, spring, spring bulbs, spring flowers, wave, woods
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adorable spring time
this photo and musings feature is like a new 21st century Wordsworth piece . if only a few gems are produced frequently by authors in such a way!
what an amazing photo. and equally surprising, perfect pairing with words. It DOES look like barbed wire! and I love the image of stealthy spring in the woods.
Beautiful picture and clever words. Yes, an illustrated poem.
Beautiful contrast! Love spring!!
Seedbud: Great work … my wife and I love Blue Bells. We even let some grow in our yard to set off the green grass. Yee Hah!
So beautiful blue flowers.
what i say a flight of imagination and creativity..great..
lovely, lovely, lovely 🙂
Isn’t nice to see that even beneath barbed wire, these beautiful blue flowers can still grow?
Beautiful! I agree with krysiakorsak, “jarring contrast!”
I love when scilla self-sows itself into a big patch. Brilliant and beautiful!
Reblogged this on sayings with a heavy heart.
love the scenery!!
Nature is the ultimate artist
Love the words and picture
Your title matches perfectly. Very lovely, indeed.
I so love spring, too!
Love the delicacy of the photo in the midst of rough bramles and leaning fence! Lovely.
Early spring truly is a quiet revolution that sneaks up on us and then suddenly erupts in full force. A few days ago, I saw Virginia bluebells carpeting the woods….a similar blue presence….
Very beautiful photo shot!
That’s a lovely infiltration! I remember this kind of scenery from my childhood in the north.
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