where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 27, 2016 § 47 Comments
dreamed of spring
in water eggs and feather ice
Tagged: abstract, condensation, dreams, eggs, feathers, hatchings, hope, ice, macro, portend, water, window
Lovely post. I like the photograph.
A marvellous photograph
What wonderful textures
Jack Frost…. beautiful.
I like this one!
Lovely words and the picture looks hand woven and delicate
…cannot find the words to describe this…off the scale!
has to be framed!
Wonderful photo and matching words. Made me smile at the beauty of it all. 🙂
Amazing photo and beautiful words
‘Wow, so beautiful. You have such a gift!
Quite remarkable pairing. Love this.
Beautiful picture and words.
Very cool 😉
Completely agree! It is *very* cool.
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Enchanting…..your lens allows us to see this micro scene which otherwise would be invisible.
How spectacular is this !
You are a beautiful thinker and writer! Thanks so much for sharing your talent and insight.
Enchanting…! And thank you for the idea images everyday!
That is an incredible photograph! I love it!
Special and creative.
has not had
a beautiful image! And feathery words
Awesome pic and poetry! ~ ❤
This is so wonderful!
“water eggs and feather ice” – never saw these. Matbe never will. But I can picture from now on!
Breathtaking and beautiful. Love the image and verse = magic.
Love. Love. Love! I think you have outdone yourself, and with so many extraordinary photos and verses that you’ve posted, that’s saying something.
utterly stunning capture and poetry.
Amazing picture. Winter’s spawn.
Really beautiful and magical ice textures.
Very fine image, Thank you for the, like, on Purple Crocus in Bloom, Catherine.
Very special image.
Nature’s beauty captured in photograph and released in words–what great gifts to both give and receive.
Thank you so much. _/\_
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