where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 27, 2015 § 29 Comments
spirit casting shadow
Tagged: Abenaki, birds, fishing, guardian spirit, heron, heron in flight, marsh, masco, mirror, reeds, reflection, richholschuh.wordpress.com, rising, shadow, Spirit, spirituality, water, watercolors
A marvellous shot, evocative of oriental painting
At first i thought it was a painting…this is lovely. The colors are wonderful and create an elegance while your words make the spirit soar. Thank you for this.
Interesting shot. It does, almost, look like a painting. Neat!
Excellent! That must have taken some time to catch!
At first I thought Kasco might be a Japanese woodblock artist. Not so much — but if they helped give rise to this, they’re to be celebrated. It’s perfect in every way — the very essence of heron.
Beauty suspended in space and time… Thank you for sharing your wonderful work.
This arrived on the very morning I’m to begin a discussion group for developing social/emotional, intellectual and moral growth. How perfect.
so very beautiful!
Magical indeed. Thank you for this.
Like in a dream…
What a beautiful photo and words. The image is so dreamlike and the reflection so fluid.
Lovely picture and words. I have been following you for some time but cannot see any way to LIKE your posts or to navigate your blog!!!!
Wonderful haiku and an amazing surreal image
precious spirit animal…
The colors are so subtle. If I had been there with you, I would never have seen them. With your camera, and patience, you open our eyes. Grateful here!
P. S. In addition, “Kasco” (the name) led me to a broader perspective. Good teachers, you and your camera!
Come on!! Wow What a shot- The magic happened !
Glorious!! This really makes me think of a poem by Mary Oliver called Egrets. Quoting a part of it below:
“….Even half asleep they had
such faith in the world
that had made them
and tilting through the water,
by the laws
of their faith not logic,
they opened their wings
softly and stepped
over every dark thing.”
Thank you. And thank you for sharing Mary Oliver’s words. I am an enormous admirer of her work.
You’ve captured a magical moment.
Really beautiful! I wish it were still possible to reblog your posts, but it doesn’t seem to be.
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Very beautiful photo.
Hi, todays I like this one. Thanks very much for your like on “Friends (arriving?)”, “Landschaft” and for always following my art activities on dispenza.worspress.com. Have a lovely week. Edoardo Dispenza
Love this one. Has a very minimalist Japanese feel to it.
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