where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 14, 2017 § 17 Comments
of the sleeping field
Tagged: barbed wire, conjure, dreams, field, fog, land, landscape, mist, mountain, recurring dream, sleep, tree line, trees
A very nice poem and picture. Thanks for sharing!
A cool misty place sounds divine. Beautiful scene and description
Beautiful photograph and brilliant haiku
beautiful – the mist is like a blanket
I love these ethereal, evanescent shots–that capture for a fleeting moment something we cannot take or grasp–but simply enjoy while we are blessed with it….
Great photo – that was a dreamy day, wasn’t it?
beautiful! thanks for sharing.
Beautiful. That photo does have a ghostly or dream feeling to it.
I keep seeing the dark fence as I look for the mountains. Its upright poles– whether guards at attention or priests at prayer, or both — enhance the mystery beyond.
Oh Albert! How beautiful…both I think. Thank you for the vision.
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This image reminds me of a body of water with whitecaps. So pretty
I like these kind of misty landscapes.
mist is so evocative…the weather’s story teller…
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