where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 25, 2016 § 18 Comments
Tagged: abstract, black and white, bokeh, enough, frozen, ice, monochrome, nothing, philosophy, rejoice, shadow, shadow and light, shimmer
Love your poetry, all of it – but had to comment on this particularly. Magnificent, simple, gravity and awe in 4 words. LOVE.
Completely agree about gravity & awe. Still looking for the rejoicing.
That’s definitely not nothing
So often, your photography and accompanying words leave me unable to reply. This is one of those times….beautiful, deep and meaningful is all I can say.
Beautiful shadows on a grey day.
I’m trying to figure this one out! 🙂
all encompassing–thank you
Oooooh, Catherine, I love that idea of the enoughness of nothing. 🙂 ❤
Very beautiful photo. 🙂
Beautiful lights and darks, variety: smooth bits and texture.
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