where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 6, 2016 § 11 Comments
spring proceeds in
best seen through
the magnification of hope
Tagged: hope, increments, infinitesimal, landscape, looking, magnification, mountains, outdoors, patience, paying attention, seeing, signs of spring, trees
Love the spaciousness of this photo.
This Spring seems especially slow to come in NH… You are right about the need for patience and hope!
This photo is really lovely and so are your simple words. 🙂
It’s on its way!
Yes… and sometimes slower than we would like…but we remain blessed.
This is very true, right now, Alberta, B.C., and other parts of Canada, are having severe wildfires, the worst in Canadian history,, it’s important to never lose hope for better days ahead…
I think that is my favourite of your palettes; and I like the verse, too
Much Thanks Derrick!
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I have been following your work for quite sometime..love the way you perceive things and the way you put them up…
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