where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 28, 2017 § 9 Comments
the landscape’s carcass
Tagged: abstract, bone, carcass, fern, lake, landscape, marsh, remains, rock, tree limb, water, wood
And how much life in such ponds, quite near that death!
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The “bone” and the stone are remarkably similar in color and texture, which makes the photo even more interesting.
Love the photograph. Reminds me of Botany Bay in South Carolina.
glad I stirred a memory…
Interesting. I also thought of dead wood as like bone when I wrote this:
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