where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
April 27, 2016 § 28 Comments
of the April flower
a beauty’s brevity
Tagged: April snow, beauty, blossom, branches, bravery, brevity, bud, courage, flower, macro, magnolia, snow
Nature is cruel
Really stunning photo!
So tragically sad.
Gorgeous! Love nature, so love your posts! Follow me on blog: https://fatewallowers.wordpress.com/
What an amazing capture
Oh, indeed. The flower that defied nature – whose very own fortitude carried itself through time.
I don’t see this as sad or tragic. Snow and ice on flowers is part of life, and often quite beautiful. It can cause damage, of course. But the other side of it is that, here in my world, we’re often counseled to coat plants with ice to save them from freezing temperatures. This is beautiful.
Wonderful – and yes, indeed, April flowers must be very brave. I hope this one makes it.
Behold, The Splendour of Your Magnificent words !!
Oh, I hate it when frost gets the magnolia! ‘beauty’s brevity’ indeed.
Brrrrrr… So fragile and pretty.
Amazing! A perfect moment in time!
Thanks for your, like, on my, Sunrise through our Flowering Crab.
Thank you for the like on my, Bridal Falls Hosta.
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