where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 10, 2015 § 38 Comments
every molecule conspired
rendering the common rock
into a masterpiece
Tagged: abstract art, art, common, conspiracy, lichen, macro, masterpiece, molecule, mosaic, patterns, rain, rock, stone, tour de force, wet
I can almost feel the texture
More than just 50 shades of grey 🙂
Fantastic photograph and wonderful poem…so true.
Really neat. It’s hard not to study.
I lichen too 🙂
Me three. (Wordless here. With blog-friends, I am content to look.)
Once again, amazing photography and writing.
I love this one. You have a great eye!
I like the concept, there is only one thing that doesn’t fit with the poem: “common rock”, there are scriptures and sermons in rocks.
It does look like a painting!
This pulls you in!!! :))))
I could just dive into this and disappear. In fact, I think I will…..
The colors are magnificent! Wow!
Lichen, water, rock: God’s masterpiece.
I’m likin’ this lichen! I agree, it’s a masterpiece.
hello seedbud its dennis the vizsla dog hay its like abstrakt art!!! only painted by naytcher not a persun!!! ok bye
I just love these mindful photos. It would be so easy to walk past these small wonders were it not for your bringing attention to them. Thank you.
Thank you for your incredible perspective.
Very nice and beautiful.
So pretty – like life coming into existence has been slowed down and frozen in stone for observation. Jx
That’s a beautiful conspiracy!
Such subtle beauty. Thank you.
Shadows and depth create water lilies in the water… Beutiful. And thanks very much for your like on “Il te faut seulement un soupçon de sourire” on dispenza.worspress.com. Have a lovely week. Edoardo Dispenza
Beautiful. I love the details.
And another world lurks herein
Beautiful photo. Such loveliness in something so apparently mundane. We all need to look closer. ☺
Wonderful thoughts and pics…thanks for dropping by
absolutely stunning photos and heartstopping poetry thank you very much, daksha
please keep on doing this magic for my soul daksha
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