where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 12, 2017 § 14 Comments
the old red barn
of the queen’s field
Tagged: barn, country living, field, guard, landscape, meadow, Queen Anne's Lace, rural, watch, wild flowers
Such a peaceful picture ❤
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Nice! This would make a great jigsaw puzzle photo. 🙂
love the barn Catherine…I am partial to them as you know…
yes! I am too.
What a click! So natural, so serene!
I don’t know where you live but it’s beautiful in all its various stages of the year
in the northeast of the us – in a little valley by the Connecticut river between New Hampshire and Vermont…a really special place
love the idea of the barn watching over the field. You always say so much with just a few words
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