where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 14, 2016 § 17 Comments
in the absence of colors
an abundance of details
seasons give and take
Tagged: absence of colors, abundance, black and white, clouds, details, give and take, landscape, mist, monochrome, mountains, nature
the branches are a poem on their own
Moody yet serene
The bare bristled branches underline the softness at the edge of vision
I love this landscape shot! It is both eerie and simple!
I recently noticed how much more visible the deer trails are, now that vines and shrubs are losing their leaves. Something lost, but something gained.
Awesome indeed! I love it! Thanks!
Wow, are these snow squalls? Wonderful capture – I love the layers!
rows of hills receding … magical …
This is my favourite haiku thus far. Brilliantly written. 🙂
Beautiful picture..! Great shot.!
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