where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 31, 2015 § 28 Comments
in the embrace
of not knowing
Tagged: clouds, embrace, emerging landscape, faith, field, fog, goldenrod, landscape, mist, misty morning, moody, mountain, outdoors, transient beauty, trees, wisdom
Beauty – filled image and the sweet magic in the reminder of all the possibilities inherent in not knowing –
Hello! I would like to say that I have nominated you for the ‘Infinity dreams award’! You can read my post about it here: http://writinginnorthnorfolk.com/2015/08/31/infinity-dreams-award/
I do hope you take part!
The mist laden photograph is entrancing and your words compliment the visual sensation with truth. Thank you for sharing.
Lovely photo and poem
Love a misty morning!!!!
Somehow looks prehistoric – maybe because the near plants, which I imagine are small, could be big and would look a bit like tree-ferns.
Oh wow!! Breathtaking!! It’s almost ethereal!
Mystical. A good morning prayer . ευχαριστώ.
It is the glimpses of beauty seen through the mist which makes the picture complete.
What a marvelous photo – like the beginning of time!
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where do you live? not trying to stalk you, just wondering where you keep getting these beautiful photos.
What a massively truthful insight. It boggles the mind,and has great impact is on how we accept it and how we then proceed forward. Wonderful insight. Thanks, for it is both beautiful and thought provoking as most good poets know and show as you do in your gorgeous photographs. jlehman1945
I must be very wise then. 😉
Very beautiful photo.
Just looking at this image evoked serenity. The poem was a bonus.
Love the peacefulness of this scene.
May I live there for a moment? Thank you–embracing now
… or knowing where to look
This is one of your most beautiful images. It’s deeply moving. Gratified to see it.
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