where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 30, 2015 § 26 Comments
in their meadow kingdom
lupin minarets flank
Tagged: bluebird, bluebird box, castle, countryseat, fence, home, kingdom, landscape, lupin, meadow, minaret, outdoors, trees
Would love to see the birds too!
love the picture your words make! beautiful picture too!
So very lush and peaceful!!
I enjoy all your photos and prose, Leaf and Twig!
Such an apt description of a lovely scene. Thank you!
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Seedbud: Nice composition and color.
Aha! the bluebirds’ is plural, so that means there is more than one bluebird, which usually means some babies, …that’s gotta be ever so cute!
I’ve never seen baby bluebirds (in a bird house, that is), must be magical to see.
Reblogged this on Tracey in Maine.
Beautiful colors and view.
I would love this hanging on my wall!!!
It could be! Visit this link –
Awesome….thank you for the link!!!’ 😄
Love this! ❤
I am a city girl who adore the country! A country wannabe! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Oh! how much I love the old forgotten country life and country roads.
LOVE LOVE the words on this one! Minarets and castles in a meadow….ah, wonderful 🙂
Very beautiful photo shot!
The castle has a beautiful garden!
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