where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 24, 2017 § 16 Comments
trees of ice
a forest of cold
Tagged: abstract, black and white, cold, february, forest, ice, Iceland, icicle, monochrome, trees, winter
Looks and sounds so WONDERFUL after a Summer of nearly five months
Yes I live in Maine all my life and grew up with this dangerous magic and beauty. You captured it very well!!
Beautiful….love the 3-liner! 🙂
If I may,… i post a comment like this:
Into a forest of cold
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Marvelous! Thanks for sharing it Judy. _/\_
What an amazing picture. I have never seen ice on a tree like that. Nice poem too of course
What a fine, unusual icicle image. They do look sturdy and tree-like.
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really really lovely!!!
Love it! 🙂
Amazing capture and perfect words to go with it!
wow! you enjoyed winter! we barely had a cold day here in Virginia. Sadly!
This is a gorgeous shot
Rings of ice — mysterious & amazing patterns in nature! Great photograph.
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