where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 4, 2015 § 21 Comments
becomes a torii arch
gate to the sacred woods
Tagged: arch, entrance, gate, gateway, landscape, outdoors, sacred, Sacred-profane dichotomy, shinto arch, woods
that is really cute
Nice lines (in both senses)
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Wonderful view of the beautiful woods.
I feel very lucky to watch the turning seasons with your photos now that I’m no longer living there! Thanks.
I am so glad I can connect you.
Me too. I miss them.
Love wintertime as you can now see the forest in the trees. 🙂
Each season offers so much beauty.
Cool shot and metaphor
Love this! I had to look up torii arch, and am glad I did – nice concept 🙂
Fantastic! Love this image and your words…they transport me back to childhood days and magical woods.
I spent a lot of my childhood in trees too. 🙂
A great place to daydream.
Trees whether bare or full of leaves are always a fascination! Lovely shot.
Thank you. They are a fascination.
I have cruised ‘timber’ and fought fires in areas like this in Missouri.. it is competition that forces the best and the healthiest to survive and grow tall. abandoned areas are quickly populated. Trees are amazing.
Indeed they are. I thank you on their and our behalf. Keep fighting!
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