where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 12, 2017 § 14 Comments
on lavender and grey
fern’s delicate display
Tagged: abstract, companion, company, delicacy, ferns, in the company of nature, leaves, macro, meditation, patterns in nature, plants, practice
This is lovely. I really like this.
I never saw ferns with such a color!
I adore these. They don’t get very large. Perfect for a shade garden where they really stand out.
It’s one of nature’s reciprocals: frost patterns remind me of ferns, and these ferns remind me of frost. Wonderful.
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Ah! ‘nature’s reciprocals’. Wonderful INDEED!
You have a great eye, Catherine
Thank you _/\_
what a gorgeous picture….life coursing through our veins….
Gorgeous colours 🙂 Lovely verse!
I love painted ferns for their delicate colors and beauty. Well captured!
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