where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 21, 2017 § 11 Comments
the peaks and sheers
of this Appalachian’s child
Tagged: abstract, Appalachian, children, geography, landscape, mountain range, mountains, palisades, parents, peaks, snow, storm, white mountains
Miniature mountain ranges! Snow can be revealing, great shot.
Reblogged this on luc20090's Blog.
The pattern of the snow reminds me of the foam of the ocean. Maybe I’ve been painting the beach for too long!
Eileen, now that you mention it I can see the ocean in it now too. I grew up in California so I often think the mountains in their many forms here are like waves.
I’m glad you see it too! It’s flat here, but sometimes the clouds remind me of mountains.
Thank you for sharing the magic. I didn’t know about the Appalachian Mountains, but your post inspired me to search on Google. What a beautiful place!
So glad it sent you searching and that you found more beauty!
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‘I tell you that out of these stones God can raise up children …”
Albert you always have the best connections! Where does this come from?
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