where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
October 23, 2016 § 29 Comments
the landscape’s poem
told in color and light
Tagged: autumn, beauty, connecticut river, desire, fall, fall colors, foliage, landscape, outdoors, oxbow, reading the forested landscape, reflection, river, soul, soul's desire
Beautiful photo and crystal clear.
Just looking at that photo soothes my soul a little 💛
Breathtaking beauty. Thank you.
wonderful words! and the photos are always great
I envy your views in the valley! Over in the Lakes we have lost much color and many leaves already!
It has been an especially generous year for color. But I love too when the leaves are few with just a few dabs of color left and the winter’s landscape is emerging – all the gestures of the trees and the flow of the land. Be well Peter.
Your post is filled with fresh air and joy! Thank you.
Each day, a new page of the Book of Seasons! Gorgeous fall picture.
oh the reflection of that yellow tree in the water….color and light intertwined and dancing…. So gorgeous.
wonderful: bright colours and a world so clean!
Where on earth is this awesome place?
This is an oxbow on the Connecticut River from the Bradford Vermont side.
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Great 🍂🍁🍃thanks for sharing 🍀
I swear, this could be the curve of the river that runs through my little city. So pretty!
Fall is a great time and and your photo really captured it.
Thank you for your, like, at Elm Drive Images.
We all need to see the beautiful.
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