where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 28, 2016 § 13 Comments
the table’s cloth
is made of snow
and set with sun
Tagged: birdbox, fence, gate, landscape, mountains, outdoors, picnic, snow, table setting, tablecloth, winter
A very good post. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you Henrietta!
Beautiful spot for a picnic.
Here’s a shot form many years ago that reminds me of this….
A chilly winter picnic – but what a glorious day! I love being outside on days like these (well, actually, I love being out every day, ha!) 🙂
Eliza -me too! except when there is freezing rain! 🙂
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I really thought it’s the literal picnic but it turns out to be poetic. I love it 🙂
I saw a joke once asking why New Englanders left their picnic tables out in the winter. The answer was to see how deep the snow was. 🙂 Beautiful photo.
So incredibly beautiful!
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