where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
July 9, 2015 § 34 Comments
the whole wide world awaits
outside the garden gate
Tagged: fence, field, garden, gate, gateway, invitation, open, outdoors, passage, trees, waiting
Love gates and fences 😊
Seedbud: Good work! Doesn’t look like anyone has been through that gate for 50 years
So lusciously green and succulent.
I love how weathered the gate is. Our weathered gate fully rotted, a cow leaned on it, so we had to get a new one.
Are these all photos of your garden? I’d love to know more about your process. Do the photo or the poetry come first?
Another beautiful picture!! I have a thing for gateways!!! :)))
Been enjoying your beautiful photography, but had to comment on this particular post..Something about the weathered wooden gate and the hope it represents..Thank you!!!!
A big YES to all comments, especially this about the gate (and its possible metaphoric meanings)!
Love this! Gates are one of my favorite, especially aged ones, stories held of passage! Thanks for sharing this!
i like this alot.
A beautiful composition in green!
Enter if you dare…..
Keep ’em coming! This is part of my daily inspiration! 🙂
…and a universe within….
An intriguing message and photo!
Reblogged this on Tracey in Maine.
I love wooden fences!
I truly enjoyed this one. I think I’ll accept that invitation, go out and enjoy this gorgeous green world. ❤
I want to explore…
Do I want to take the chance?
Get out there!
Absolutely enticing! 😃
Very beautiful photo!
I love gates … The basic passageway between worlds. Jane
True enough, if the gate is not in Gaza, no one seems to care about Gaza except to destroy the garden and the gate, the people living there, starving them, etc.
Just the gate and the field – the rest is left to us
Adore your work. Simple sentences full of delight.
Thank you so much
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