where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 26, 2015 § 54 Comments
to cradle the rain
Tagged: blossom, blue, cradle, embrace, flower, garden, glory, macro, morning glory, rain, rain drops, umbrella
I just wish we had good drenching rain here! But it is a truly beautiful and balanced photo.
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Has an welcoming glow
Love the rain. Good thing really as it’s poring down now.
This is lovely! Have a fun week!
Thanks you too!
This takes my breath away. I love morning glories and love the way you have positioned this accepting bloom.
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Wonderful macro nice detail.
Lovely color and detail.
Yes, very beautiful!
Beauty in motion. 🍓
What a great shot. Love the detail and luminosity.
Yes, but have just experienced such a downpour in London and delays to everything!
If Georgia O’Keefe were photographing a morning glory, it would look like this.
Gretchen – SUCH high praise!! _/\_
I loved this shot. Absolutely stunning!!
It is glorious indeed!
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What a gorgeous photo and words. We could sure use some of that glorious rain here in the NW.
I hope some comes your way soon!!!
The beauty of simplicity
Oh I love this heavenly blue morning glory dotted with rain; I so wish we’d get some rain! 🙂 ❤
I’m hoping and wishing you get rain soon too!
Beautiful blue! Clever perspective and interpretation!
A morning prayer!
The glory of rain and the beauty of a morning glory plus great photography skills make for a stunning photo. 🙂
Like an alien world……..
OMG – I LOVE this shot – it is fantastic! ❤
Fantastic and beautiful photo, love the magnified imagery and sensation evoked by the poem.
Very beautiful photo.
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I love your posts and pictures! Your posts are always poetic and your pictures so beautiful! Thanks for sharing! 🙂
Thank you so much Maxine
Striking colors, exceptional depth of field.
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