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That top shot--the gold, the blue--love it.
skating on thin ice -taken as worrisome warningsolely - yet there's anotherreading. When ice thins,there'spromise, regeneration, skating thosesurfaces beautyof speed & gesture triumphas much as any startlingheron's nearly humancall ignitesquickening of slow spirit
That's all kinds of gorgeousness.
Thanks, Petrea. That first photo is a fav of mine, too. Anon, thank you for your striking poem of promise and regeneration xxooAnd, thank you, Hiker. The light was wonderful that day; glad I had a camera with me.
All kinds of gorgeousness indeed, both from Ms.M's photography and Anon's poetry.I do hope that poor duck in the middle photo has found a tiny patch of clear water and is not stuck in the ice. Brr.
Anon and I thank you, Dive. :-)About that duck in the middle photo: It's not a duck; it's a fake swan put there to keep flocks of geese away. There are 4 of these "birds", all currently frozen in place. Do they keep the geese away? No. The geese simply avoid them.
All photos are beautiful!But the first photo is really gorgeous!
Beautiful, Mary. And if I ever have geese running amok in my garden, I'll know not to bother finding a faux swan in hopes of deterring them. ;)
Thank you, Sonia. I find the scene in the first photo relaxing and serene.Hi Shell! You never know what useful information you'll find on a blog! Especially concerning geese ;-)
Thanks Ms M for your nice comment on my blog. I am glad you liked to see my daughter's dogs "hidden" under this big tree.Hope you have a pleasant week ahead.
Love the first picture, it looks more like a painting. Sorta T. Kincaid-ish, except much nicer.Patti Smith concert in the Rose City tomorrow night. Cheers-Sandman
Sonia, I hope you have a wonderful week, too. :-)Thank you, Mr. Sands. May the Land have horses, horses, horses running, running, running....
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