where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 7, 2017 § 17 Comments
at the edge
of the changing meadow
Tagged: change, foreshadowing, goldenrod, grass, landscape, loosestrife, patience, season change, shadow, wild flowers, winter
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Beautiful connection between image and words!
Perfectly simple and exquisite 🙂
Love the blend of colors and light…
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I always enjoy strongly horizontal compositions, and this one’s a delight. Five distinct layers is quite a find.
I had this same feeling yesterday…
Beautiful! I love the layers of color and texture.
Your posts are like my daily dose of goodness! Much love ❤
Varuna, thank you so much for writing that – for it is my intention. _/\_
The layers of color are lovely!
There is a heaven i witnessed here,o!I buried them in the soul of the magnificent flowers.
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