where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 8, 2016 § 19 Comments
sang an aria
cantata of the garden
Tagged: aria, bloom, blossom, cantata, flower, garden, macro, madrigal, music, nasturtium, opera
Stunning colours! 🙂
Almost an entire opera in that beauty. 🙂
Wonderful way to start my day.
In my little corner of the world Nasturiums (in Winter) remind us of the glory of the Sun. Beautiful photo! Thank you
I’d forgotten nasturtiums. What a beautiful way to have them recalled to mind!
The colors and details are stunning.
I love nasturtiums, flower and leaf, and will hear their aria each time I pass by. Lovely.
Grew this eatable flower in my garden this year. Beautiful flower.
🎶 The flowers’ aria
Accompanied by bees
Fills the air
With sweet love.🎶
And so they should.
These flowers respond so quickly to water and food and look fabulous – well done
Your work is naturally inspiring!
Stunning,,,woke me up, ready to go!
Is it sad that I thought ‘sangria” when reading that middle line? *giggles*
I love Nasturtiums!
OMG this one is beautiful too! I’d love to paint this one too! I just ordered similar colors and I’m waiting for delivery – this would be a vibrant one to paint!!!
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