Sunday, May 08, 2011

Tree glyphs

Enough sunshine lately to allow trees to make their marks wherever shadows fall.


Anonymous said...

"slattern" -- forgot what word meant but
seems fence slats signed by
tossed branches
fit word. So
disappointed to discover "slattern"
= "untidy woman" -- but going back
to earlier
origins, "slattern" meant
"to stop"
in wonder
at how these branches unlock

dive said...

Trees are so much better at shadow-puppetry than we are.
This is gorgeous, Ms.M. I love the colour of the light.
Honestly, with your photographs you could be the queen of impossible jigsaw puzzles.

Ms M said...

Thank you, Anon, for your intriguing poem. To imagine shadow-branches unlocking fences, like in a fantasy world....

Thanks, Dive, and you're right. This photo would make an impossible jigsaw puzzle; how about 5,000 pieces? :-)

dive said...