where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 25, 2016 § 14 Comments
at the inlet
awash in green
wind and current confer
Tagged: cattails, Conneticut river, conversation, current, discussion, green, green mountains, inlet, marsh, nicknames, reflection, river, Vermont, water, wetlands, wind
Oh wow! Lovely colours and it just seems so serene and blissful! Where is this?
In Vermont, this is a little inlet from the Connecticut river on Route 5 between Fairlee and Thetford. I often see heron’s here. A special spot.
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New England is so beautiful! I’ve had the good fortune of driving through some 20-odd years ago and ever since have wanted to re-visit. Some day, God willing…
Would be really nice and fresh with all the greenest in your photo.
Your words fit your pictures so beautifully!
I’m a Green Mountain resident, and I’d love to know more precise geographical locations.
All my photos are taken in the Upper Valley – both the NH and VT sides of the river from Hartland to Bradford mostly.
This one – on route 5 between Fairlee and Thetford VT
I like the various shades of green. The water is so calm.
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So restful on the eyes.
oh my goodness, this is a wonderful image! So peaceful!
Word ‘confer’ is so multi-dimensional …
Thanks for the thoughtful read Jane.
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