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Light. January 28, 2008

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, macro photos.
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The air was good today.

It was light in weight, softly lit, rich and smooth.

I headed up to the High Country, looking for a stream.

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The woods were untrodden, the snow cleanly folded.

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The brook was mostly frozen, rising occasionally through dark holes to play crystal bells,

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Some hollow and deep, some tinkling with the motion of the unfrozen ice.

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Trees listened intently through their scars, aligned like patrons in a balcony, straining to hear the quiet scene,

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As the light leans westward, leaving the pastel lichen to wait

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…for Spring.

Comments»

1. littlebangtheory - January 28, 2008

I know, it’s fungi and moss, but “lichen” just fit better 😉

2. Paul (the Byziwhatsit) - January 28, 2008

I cannot tell you how spiritually and aesthetically nourishing I find your photos. For that alone I would bake cornbread! [I did put the recipe in the comments thread.]

You take us on your walks with you, and that is generous and grace-filled. You have a great eye.

3. DCup - January 28, 2008

Well, Paul just said it beautifully.

It love your words and pictures posts. So beautiful and poignant.

4. Phydeaux - January 28, 2008

Holy gods, can you make an image with both your camera and your words.

Thank you.

5. Spartacus - January 28, 2008

It’s like I was there CR. Thanks for the great pics…again. Now, how about some more grub?

6. FranIAm - January 29, 2008

What everyone else said… gorgeous and moving words and images.

7. sherry - January 29, 2008

thanks.

8. Jess Wundrun - January 29, 2008

beautiful


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