where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 2, 2015 § 35 Comments
patiently she sits
subtly shifting moods
captured but never contained
Tagged: abstract art, change, endurance, grace, honor, landscape, muse, pond, portrait, portraiture, reeds, sublime, water
Beautiful photo Catherine, very poetic wording too 🙂
Soft and dreamy photo. Just lovely.
A beautiful and elegant pairing, love how the ethereal image mirrors the magic of your words.
Wonderful composition, my friend. A great image!
I love your thought… patiently she sits…. and captures the perfect words for the perfect moment.
You, Poet, make
I like how you said it…indeed poets make things alive…
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That’s beautiful grass. I like the way it contrasts with the brown plants (sedges? grasses) farther out. Autumn’s palette can be beautiful.
Beautiful! I love the abstractness of the sky’s reflection and all the muted tones.
Sometimes we too must be patient for the right photo!
Stopped me. Relaxed me. Thank you.
Sp glad. _/\_
Fabulous, Catherine, simply fabulous! 🙂 ❤
Delicate as a dream!
Very beautiful, all of it!
A shifting meditation
Very fine image!
The many facets of a pond … and a reflection, too! Beautiful
We can often capture effectively with photography, but, as you said, we can never really contain it. Always shifting and changing, always stretching your ideas of what is beautiful……
Very calm and soothing. Thank you for sharing.
An interesting image for many reasons, the composition, muted colors and the peaceful appearance of what is a very active biosphere.
Wonderful picture..!!! Great shot..!!!
Thank you for visiting AgathaO and helping me find your work. Wonderful, thank you.
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