where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 30, 2016 § 15 Comments
hydrangea is the bouquet
at the marriage of
summer and fall
Tagged: bouquet, ceremonies, change of seasons, flower, flowers, garden, hydrangea, marriage, matrimony, season change, wedding, wedding flowers
What lovely words to go with these beautiful flowers.
I truly love your blog. It is a mix of some of my favorite things – photography and poetry!
Beautiful. It does look like a wedding bouquet.
It’s that time. It’s neither full summer nor arriving fall — this captures the joining perfectly.
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Beautiful photo!! ❤️😍
Fabulous. Is it that time already.
Oh I like that! Beautiful thought and photo!
I find it difficult to take a nice photo of hydrangeas, but yours is just wonderful, happy to rest my eyes on your beautiful picture 🙂
Love, love, love this Catherine! 🙂 ❤
Intricate meaning and flower…:)
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