where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 16, 2017 § 12 Comments
a reflective reminder
of life’s fragile fluidity
Tagged: abstraction, birch trees, consequence, drought, flood, fluidity, leaves, pond, power, reflection, shape, trees, water, world
What a lovely tangled forest!
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This is almost like a Van Gogh or even more a Monet aesthetic to it….beautiful!
Thank you George.
I often think of the fragilities in life, but your words here pinpoint it so elegantly…”life’s fragile fluidity.”
thank you _/\_
Wait a minute, this is a forest reflected in what, a pond? If not, the scene is pretty eerie. Whatever, it’s a striking photograph.
you saw it
You often read the reality in a very interesting way!
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