where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 16, 2015 § 30 Comments
declaring place in space
Tagged: announcement, cora bell, declaration, frost, garden, heuchera, leaves, macro, place, plants, space
Concise . And beautiful! I love begonias
I love the color and the square shape fits perfect.
A wonderful photo; and so clever how your weave of words reflects the pattern of the image – and visa versa. Delightful!
Thank you Janet
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Lovely. Beautiful image.
Beautiful! THanks for sharing!
frost covered fall leaves, right? awesomeness!
The color and texture remind me of my late 1950s gray felt poodle skirt. Oh, my!
Very nice. Words and photograph.
Love the color and details of this photograph
Beautiful, Catherine! 🙂 ❤
Beautiful photo and apt description
What a lovely image
and verse to wake up to…
so nice….I do so look forward to the daily treasure of your words and photos, such a gift.
thank you _/\_
Frost has a way of defining things on so many levels 🙂
This is deep philosophical and political poem, because all sentient beings deserve, and were given (by the Creator) a place in space, however, humans have usurped that inheritance, and taken away the rights and space of others.
This is so beautiful – it looks almost celestial! ❤
A beautiful close up. Yes,very celestial and very of the earth!
the way you expressed the pic with your word was sublime !!
Very beautiful photo. 🙂
Splendid pairing…gorgeous image, the detail, design, and color…only nature can.
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