where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 15, 2015 § 28 Comments
in the wild
Tagged: birch bark, fall foliage, fall leaves, height, into the woods, landscape, new england, outdoors, rain, running, trees, watercolor, wild, woods
This is truly gorgeous–thank you!
I like it.
The ever changing pallette, endless creativity
Nice photo, nice words (nice triple w!)
We can see the colours running
Wonderful. I can even see the paint peeling off the silver birch.
Nice fall paint job.
Another excellent image!
Love birch trees!!
beautiful…love the alliteration…
Beautiful lines, colors, textures, and prose!
I love the fall color. There’s something peaceful about it 🙂
Ah the birch!
I think my favorite so far. All aspects beautiful
Your words are perfect here… Just perfect. 🙂
Beautiful image, lovely poem…stirs the soul.
conise image, rich words
Very beautiful photo.
this reminds me of one of my favourite paintings by Gustav Klimt: http://images.zeno.org/Kunstwerke/I/big/1310026a.jpg
Your words really paint the picture.
Lovely shot….seems simple but very hard to get right
Love the double meaning in “run” – I can picture paint-sprites happily distributing colors as they dance through the forest.
Wow! One of your best …
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