where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 1, 2016 § 21 Comments
a raft of color
in winter’s sea of grey
Tagged: blossom, christmas cactus, color, february blooms, february flowers, flower, gifts, gray, macro, raft, reprieve, salvation of colors, sea, winter
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The difference between NORTH and SOUTH Hemispheres: we don’t enjoy the blooms until Winter: June/July
Lovely images in verse and photo. Thank you for sharing.
I like your composition.
Interesting that you have blooms now. Mine began in November, have finished blooming, and are ready to be trimmed back, since their new growth already has begun.
Wow! Badly needed on a drab day.
glorious red radiant
Delightful, hot color!
Very beautiful photo.
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A beautiful image and words to carry through a grey winters day.
I so enjoy your posts! A short arpeggio of beautiful words played each day!
Ultra red and close.
I love Christmas cactus. They are wonderful, cheerful plants that give so much pleasure for very little effort. Beautiful color!
Very nice. I always love your work. I wish you would visit my Christian blog as a result. jlehman1945 Share and share alike?
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