where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
July 28, 2015 § 45 Comments
work can wait
on the table
Tagged: break, escape, invitation, landscape, oxbow, river bend, scenic view, shadow, view, window, work will wait
and an irresistible photograph…
Such a beautiful view.
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Room with a View… Beautiful image 🙂
How wonderful to have such an inspirational view outside your studio. I LOVE those reflections.
work can wait..ad infinitum
What an inspiring view!
Amen to that! 🙂
What a lovely picture!
A view for daydreaming, lovely!
Great view, both visual and virtual.
I know what you mean- same type of view here, so I carried my work outside for this week 🙂 Oh! And I wished you had a “like” button on your site. I love what you post but don’t always have the time to comment – Best
I suspect this might be part of the reason Annie Dillard built herself a writing studio where her desk faced a concrete block wall. Who could resist temptation like this?
Very peaceful view.
An interesting variation to your norm
Who needs work with all that irresistible beauty waiting outside?!
Cool picture. Why don’t you install a like button? I’d just like to click on your work.
Thanks for your comment! I don’t have a like button because I like to keep the look of the blog clean and simple. I appreciate you taking the time.
That is indeed irresistible… 🙂
What a beautiful view indeed! 🙂
Very beautiful photo!
Oh, wow, what a wonderful view! I would get little work done there, too!
Holy !@#$ is that where you live? It looks amazing take me away with you. 😛
Anyone would love a view like that!!
Glorious, inviting and even a bit haunting.
Wow, what a view! So restful! And it must be amazing as the seasons change, too!
Fantastic view…it does call to one doesn’t it 🙂
What a wonderful view! Work can wait 🙂
haha yes, work can wait! the composition and minimal use of lighting is wonderful!
Very comforting view….
J’aime beaucoup cette photo, avec ce côté apaisant ouvert sur demain… ou juste le présent.
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