where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
May 18, 2017 § 7 Comments
with kitten tail blooms
Tagged: anemophilous, bloom, blossom, catkin, cylindrical, flower, inconspicuous, kitten, kitten tail, macro, male flower, outdoors, spring
AS usual your succinct description marries well with your photography
Reblogged this on KenMaursCorner and commented:
Once again I share with you the photography and words of one of my favourite bloggers.
A very good poem. Thanks for sharing!
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That is pretty! Happy spring wishes sweetie
“Catkin” is one of my favorite words, and these floral waterfalls are a favorite spring occurrence. Just lovely.
My pine trees are loaded with catkins. Soon the air will be filled with puffs of yellow clouds! 🌼🌼🌼
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