where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 28, 2016 § 24 Comments
the brook flees
Tagged: brook, fleeing winter, landscape, outdoors, running, snow, stream, trees, unusual winter weather, water
Love this photo, beautiful.
That’s an amazing photo. Thanks.
Forget the cold! The beauty of your Winter is truly wondrous.
Love this picture–essence of life and tranquility in the midst of winter
What a beautiful photo. This is winter at its most appealing, and you’ve captured it well.
Great image, my friend.
Beautiful and so nostalgic (for me. i’m not stepping foot in that bitter cold unless I absolutely HAVE to. Or unless I’m skiing. Ha.) Really, you got everything crystal perfect in this – the shot, the poetry. Sigh.
So lovely and serene.
I love the picture
Looks like just one more push to break winter’s hold
Beautiful photo – lovely composition! ❤️
Lovely watershed – a blessing!
I guess it’s really winter there now!!
A good reminder of the connection between water and spirit (the drive to keep moving forward), but also the paradoxical connection between the life force and its potential for being turned against itself : stream, snow, occasionally ice. All in a setting of great but quiet beauty. Very rich image and words!
Freezing water, running water…fraternal twins. Love the haiku. What camera(s) do you use, leafandtwig?
Wonderful picture..! Great shot..!
Lovely picture and words
I would love to see this exact view with all the different seasons, weather and growth… 🙂
Brooks don’t stay in one place for very long …
another image that makes me homesick …
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