where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
January 26, 2017 § 22 Comments
through thistle needles
Tagged: abstract, arts and crafts, light and shadow, needle, quilting, sewing, snow, stitched, stitches, stitching, thistle
Such a beautiful photo with that stillness of the cold snow.
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Grrrrr… I envy you for this: in the last years I missed almost completely the snow in my plane!
happy to share some with you Judy
Lovely poem … I like the interaction of snow and nature
So beautiful, image and words.
Lovely, lovely poem.
Great poem for this Burdock plant that is not a friend to dog fur or mittens, but a healthy root vegetable to eat. 🙂
Eliza – you know the name of every plant! THANK YOU! NO – not a friend to dog fur or mittens. 🙂
My pleasure… Perhaps not every, but many…;)
Your words “quilting winter” create interesting imagery.
Your words must be inspired…of course…and thank you again.
Nice pic. I like trees in general. Also, thank you for liking my “The Barn” painting.
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