Posts tagged “green

Reflected emerald

The pendulum has swung, and now the days

Will be shorter than the evenings.

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This means early morning mists

And emerald green reflections

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Slowly turning to rust.

Calm reflections, red houses

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And beautiful views

Mean autumn is slowly on its way.

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Dancing on the edge

I have lots more photos from Portugal to share with you —

But I thought I’d take a break this week

And show you the beauty of raindrops

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Dancing on the edge of

Beautiful green leaves (some would say weeds).

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These shots remind me of a lovely Tagore quote:

Let your life lightly dance on the edges of Time like dew on the tip of a leaf.

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Enjoying my greens

Early summer is

A symphony of green and wildlife:

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The green is

Sometimes luminous and startling,

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Sometimes like dewy

Emerald fireworks,

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And sometimes abstract paintings

In the rain.

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The language of trees

Trees are like Nature’s poems

To the sky:

They take on the tint

Of a lilac dawn;

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Even in the middle of winter

They surprise with sudden green

In the snow.

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And deep in the woods,

I was lucky enough

To breathe in the beauty

Of abstract tree trunks

Looking like a beautiful picture.

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Enjoying my greens

The spring rains fall

Leaving behind crystal balls on leaves —

Entire worlds living in those small raindrops.

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Grass grows wildly

Dotted with the cheerful faces

Of dandelions and dogs.

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A tiny yellow snail

Reminds me that slow

Is the pace of nature

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And that trees reflected

Create their own art.

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The gift

One warm afternoon last year,

I was walking in an unexplored forest

And taking photos of Oscar.

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Suddenly, I looked up to see a deer

Gazing peacefully at me.

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Our eyes locked for what felt like ages.

I felt the deer was trying to tell me something:

That you can find gifts in the most unexpected of places.

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