where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 20, 2016 § 25 Comments
thrown from a rainbow
the pot of gold
drenches the old oak tree
Tagged: clouds, gold, golden light, leaves, old oak tree, pot of gold, rain, rainbow, sky, tree
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wonderful. You have a great talent for capturing color in winter, things we see every day but the rest of us fail to notice. Thanks for helping me see the world differently with your words and pictures.
The choice of words…I am amazed, the metaphor is perfect. And the picture is beautiful. Great effort, keep writing, evermore. Check out my blog, if you can! 🙂
beautiful combination of words and image. Love the color and light.
Shimmering red boldly launches across the globe!
What superb colours and contrasts
Astonishing color amid winter drab. Thank you, as always for sharing your wonderful work.
Nice colors and background.
Awesome photo and words, Catherine! 🙂 ❤
Stunning photo! 👍😄
Wonderful colors and words.
Wasn’t there a song? Something like, “Drape some soft, orange color on the old oak tree”? I think I like your color better than the yellow ribbons.
Very beautiful photo. 🙂
The remnant leaves seem like discarded flags of a long retreated summer.
gorgeous heart warming image!
Lovely, you always make me appreciate nature, and your pictures are incredible. I truly look forward to your entries. I look forward to them all the time. jlehman1945 I would love it if you visited by blog. jlheman1945
Fun image and words!
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