where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
April 18, 2016 § 25 Comments
the old boxcar
and winter rose in spring
companions in endings
Tagged: boxcar, companions, endings, metal, passage of time, portrait, rose, rust, train, transportation, winter rose
l like this one.
At the risk of overdoing this phrase in relation to your posts: superb palette
Thanks Derrick. Kindness can’t be overdone. It’s so nice to know you are looking and appreciative. Best, Catherine
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Like always, incredible way to connect the writing with photographs. Follow me on blog: https://fatewallowers.wordpress.com/
Interesting contrast, my friend.
Beautiful image & words.
Gets the mind going…
I like this picture. Too bad there isn’t a button or something.
Hi Ray, thanks for stopping by and taking the time to write. So many people have asked about a like button. And I’ve resisted because of wanting a very simple and clean look to the blog. But you have become the tipping point. There is now a like button. Pretty is as pretty does. 🙂
I’m usually the tipping point. When I designed newspapers my nickname was, “The Dean of Clean.” There comes a point if you want to grow that you make your product easy for people to use. Mostly, I don’t have much to add to other comments. So, I just want to be able to say I like a picture. I think many people are that way.
Color love meets texture in everyday life… waiting for your book, leaf and twig…
I just nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award! https://wordpress.com/post/whispersintheear.wordpress.com/434
FABULOUS image, C!
The colors, the composition, the overall image … great!
beautiful image that reminds me of some photos I took of dry grasses against rusty metal. Now I have to look for them….
Catherine: Thank you for the, like, on my, Phlos filtering through the Stones.
Lovely and captivating image. You have an eye for color and details.
Is that plant Rhus aromatica? …I’m stuck on science…I come here for art! 🙂
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