where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 19, 2016 § 14 Comments
serene in uncertainty
into the unknown
Tagged: cycle of life, daring, garden, lessons from the garden, macro, peony, plants, possibilities, seedpod, seeds, sunlight, uncertainty, unknown
this is so beautiful!
So — autumn shares more beauty, before ceding its place to winter.
I love your photographs, but really enjoy how your mind works. 🙂
Thank you. Wonderful photograph. And exactly the insight I needed today!
Love this, C!
A Peony? I always deadhead mine, so I had to puzzle it out!
Yes! I always deadhead too – but now that I’ve discovered the pods I never will again. Lovely dried and in a vase.
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I’ll have to leave some on the plant next year. Thanks for the inspiration!
beautiful shot…and yet another promise of a beautiful Spring… your work gives me such hope and joy!
I love the idea that seeds tumble into uncertainty
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