where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 29, 2015 § 46 Comments
self and shadow
Tagged: fern, garden, macro, raconteur, rock, shade, shadow, shadow self, story, story telling
Beautifully composed photo and text
Lovely words and photo.
Reblogged this on Polly'sPage.
sometimes it’s the photo. today, oh, those perfect words! thanks for sharing your talent.
A fascinating Haiku for the image
beautiful shot and contrast of light and shadow
Perfect meld of words and photo
Reblogged this on Thy Soul Jingle and commented:
Loved this thought!
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Wow! Loved this thought! amazing have reblogged it 🙂 You’re expresion is beautiful!
Thanks for sharing me with your readers
I like your words such as I like ferns …
Wish I had written that. AND taken that pic.
thanks Jeff _/\_
love this one!
Lovely… they’re holding hands! 🙂
Oh! I love this. I have to say your blog has consistently been an inspiration for me. I’ve even started taking a few pictures of my own. 🙂
Reblogged this on Voices and Visions.
Love this! 😃
…ah…and which one is real?
Genius! “the story, twice told…” And what different interpretation each one holds.
Love the shadow.
And it is said that everything is created twice… evidently!
great choice of words
Reblogged this on KenMaursCorner and commented:
Striking composition of both photo and words
Reblogged in KenMaursCorner so I can remember .
Thanks for sharing it Maureen
Perfect…The sun beating down did something amazing.
Very beautiful photo shot!
You’re welcome! Have a nice week. 🙂
This is delicious and very komorebi 🙂
🙂 Thank you for ‘komorebi’ a new word for me!
Excellent interpretation of shadow!
A lovely play of light and shadow.
Just discovered your words, your photos. Loving both.
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