where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 31, 2015 § 39 Comments
winter’s rose flowers
amidst the falling snow
amongst the frozen grass
Tagged: abstract, amidst, amongst, blooming, flowers, grass, outdoors, snow, winter, winter flowers, winter's rose
Starkly beautiful! The red fruit (?)adds that spark of life
Brilliant write! You must consider writing for magazines. Well written.
Do read my latest post too and share your views >> https://t.co/PnlBAQQpXW
Love this photo. The deep red against the light brown grass. Love your blog!
So festive and texturally stunning… 🙂
You awoke my eyes to sumacs as the “roses of winter” last year. Thank you!
Really glorious capture!
Love this–thank you
Oh I love the sparkles! May you have a sparkling New Year…keep up the wonderful work. It brings joy to my life!
Absolutely love this image. Happy New Year!
This is lovely. So quiet and serene.
Wonderful picture..!!! Great shot..!! 🍸🍾
[…] Source: Bloom […]
Those whitened wisps of grasses, bent ghosts of summer past. Happy New Year to you.
That is a lovely shot. I wish you had a ‘like’ option because sometimes I would just like to acknowledge your beautiful photography but I don’t really have anything to say. You have good skills and a good eye. 🙂
Wow. It halted me in mid-surfing.
Beautiful! The texture of the grasses drooping with snow is an amazing backdrop. And I love sumac. Five Stars! 😀
Oh my! So rich and full of hope. It shows that if you go looking for beauty, you can easily be surprised by its everyday presence–as I was by this truly striking photograph.
Beautiful color and composition. Beautiful image!
Beautiful, Catherine! Happy New Year! 🙂 ❤
LoVe the sizzling colors and textures! YAY! 🎉❤️🎉
great pic! Happy New Year to you!
A wonderful haiku and an incredible image
Nice delicate shot!
Elegant and beautiful pairing.
So bold and reassuring.
Very elegant! The image is breath-taking.
Great subject with excellent execution and interpretation.
I love nature and chocolates too. Thanks!
Wonderful photos! I learn from them.
Exquisite! And thanks for visiting my site and posting a “like.”
But, as one other person commented, it would be nice if you had a “like” option as well.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:
You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change )
Connecting to %s
Notify me of new comments via email.
Notify me of new posts via email.
« And So
Compass of Safety »
You are currently reading Bloom at leaf and twig.
Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.