where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 12, 2016 § 36 Comments
fleeing from the field
the salmon sky
Tagged: barbed wire, clouds, corn field, fence, field, fled, landscape, light, mountains, salmon, sky, sunset
Spectacular view ! 🙂
My type of view. AMAZING!
Lovely photo and ever poetic caption.
That is superb
wow. thanks for this one! So often, I see a view like this sky on my morning commute and lose the memory of it in the busy day. Thanks for capturing one so we can see it again.
how lovely! it’s so nice to get up early.
I especially like the strong, horizontal lines in the foreground — fence and barbed wire — and the horizontal field edge and hills — juxtaposed with the vaguely vertical clouds.
Beautiful Sunset..! 🍁
You really live in a beautiful land!
Beautiful poem and photo!
Great photo. The caption/poem is just perfect.
Perfect words for a lovely photo… 🙂
this is awesome!
Magnificent!! Love the composition!
Wow. The image of fleeing light is so apt.
Stunning photo – gorgeous!
“fleeing” indeed. You can’t blame the light. That field is dead. “Flight” ‘s two meanings (fear & uplift) suggest hope, plans, life.
Thanks for checking out my blog. The images and words here are beautiful.
I saw a sky like that this morning…enchanting
Beautiful! Like a field of flowers looking down on us.
such balance … the cold of winter below and the fire above …
I absolutely loved reading this as well as the others. I am glad to have stumbled upon your blog and am looking forward to reading more in days to come. Cheers! 🙂
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