where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 16, 2017 § 27 Comments
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Tagged: bird, gale, gratitude, hanging on, icicle, N'oreaster, port in the storm, snow fall, snow storm, storm, wild ride, wildlife, wind, woods
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I love how crystal clear the icicle is!
mcmessner said it for me
What a wonderful moment you captured! Beautiful.
tense and beautiful.
What a moment! I have a pair of chickadees starting to nest in the box right outside my studio.
I never would have expected to see this. The sight is another reminder of the importance of keeping our eyes open.
what a great shot catherine….perfect caption as well….
Wow, what a photo!
♥♥♥♥♥♥!! Love this!
Now I think you really are a kind of magician. What a photograph. It says so much!
Wonderful picture and words of wisdom.
Thank you Victoria
This is the most amazing winter bird photo I’ve seen. What a brilliant capture! It would be great as a poster with your poem. I would have definitely bought it for my classroom, back when I decorated with images like this ❤ ❤ ❤
I hope that spring finds you soon….
Oh! _/\_ If spring hasn’t arrived for you I hope to does soon! With all kinds of tender new beginnings.
It has arrived, on the backs of hundreds of little birds scouting nesting sites in our garden today! Just photographed our first Azalea buds opening! What a sweet challenge to capture it all in photos- ❤ ❤ ❤
Neatly composed, my friend. Good work!
thank you – one of those magic moments
really cool photo… love your work! and thank you for liking “hidden image of the spring thing” at griffithlighton.wordpress.com
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