where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 11, 2015 § 30 Comments
Tagged: adaptation, balance, curves, flower, flower arrangement, hogarth curve, Ikebana, iris, light, shadow, spiritual journey
Love this! 🙂
Lovely picture and haiku. Low ceiling?
rain battered iris just kept making buds and heading for the sun
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Beautiful photograph and poem.
mmm… you are a photographer!
great capture 🙂
This is marvelous, C!
So very elegant!
Like she’s dancing.
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So very simple and lovely.
I love the way that stem twists. Beautiful words to go with the photo.
Very beautiful photo shot.
Love this, both the photo and the words.
A simple and perfect example of Adaptation, meaningful to all. Just lovely, thank you.
perfect words..loved it !
I have plants in my front window that I try and rotate… they too adapt.
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