where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 21, 2015 § 33 Comments
across the surface
leaving footprints of joy
Tagged: abstract, bokeh, dance, footprints, joy, landscape, light, reeds, reflection, river, surface
Almost like a fireworks display. Des.
I like it!
Nice poem, too!
Joyous indeed 🙂
When I began sailing, learning to read the water was an important skill. We read for facts, of course: speed, direction, constancy. Here, you’ve read for meaning, and it’s lovely.
I so enjoy the quiet beauty of your pictures and reflections each morning. Thank you!
Love the sparkle of light on water!
Looks like faeries dancing.
“footprints of joy” – ah, that will stay with me for a long, long time. Lovely.
Love that dancing.
Another superbly good photo! dreamy…
The reeds seem to have been caught dancing as well. And what are all those lightprints in the upper background? It looks like a city dancing, seen from M the air.
Mistaken “M” – clumsy.
woo love it.
Very nice! 🙂
I love this
Dazzling reflection making the vault of water glow
I love this 🙂
Magical enchanting image doubled by a sparkling verse , thank you!
I could never quite manage the sparkles! 🙂
Very beautiful photo. 🙂
wow. As so many others have mentioned, amazing photo. But this time, it’s the words that captured something (nearly) indescribable. Well done!
Oooo… so sparkly and delicate! LOVE it!!!
Love the image and pairing…magical.
Image and words, very poetic both
Aww! That is so cute and sparkly! *v*
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