where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 3, 2016 § 21 Comments
in the distance runs the town
while I tend my quiet surrounds
Tagged: closeness, community, distance, Independence, landscape, proximity, relationships, rural living, small towns, town
A beautiful composition
Beautifully composed. The image and prose make me feel like I am there.
A very peaceful view of a beautiful landscape.
I love the depth of this photo, and I would much rather be in the quiet surrounds than in the city. Lovely.
Reminds me of something Robert Frost may have penned. Lovely.
Lovely country setting.
I love it!
One of the finest ways to be in the Anthropocene.
“Runs” is rich in meanings–it appears in the photograph only as a bell tower, as in a town hall, but that makes the image and it’s poem all the more evocative. Nice work! I might not have seen what you saw if not for what you said.
I love the multiple layers in this photo – beautiful, C!
Form here to there, you took me to trees and steeple. Breath-filled beauty.
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This could be anywhere.
Beautiful picture..!Great shot.!
Very beautiful view. 🙂
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