where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 18, 2016 § 12 Comments
deep in the shade
Tagged: barn, columbine, depth, distance, embers, field, fire, flowers, quiet, rock wall, shade, shadow, wild fire, wild flowers
The flowers are just like little flames.
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Like that rich green. Des.
The vivid red against the softness of the green is lovely.
I like your style and all the close ups of flowers that I am seeing in your posts. This one is really nice with the colors.
Nice contrast of warm against cool, small against large shapes.
I love how your words make the picture change. Brilliant!
I’m still looking, reading, pondering, enjoying–just not talking. No need to, really. Your images and words say enough, say it all.
Nicely composed, as ever.
Your words, never many, always convey your message perfectly.
What a beautiful colour.
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