Posted on February 12, 2014February 9, 2014 by Catherine ArcolioWinter Resident where once the granite steps stood a stone and lichen alligator now resides Like this:Like Loading...
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Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2014 10:26:54 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is my favourite!!! How you can combine prose, beauty, photography AND humour is just wonderful!
Very nice; first thing I thought of was ‘alligator’.
I’ll find more time to read better this blog, that seems to be interesting. I like a lot short and poetic description and their links to photos of instantaneous reading. Nice … very nice … thank you
I admire your good eye!
That is so cool.
I love it!
This is a really great one, words and image!
Beautiful shot 🙂
Love your interpretation!
Hi. I was thinking ‘alligator’ even before I read your poem. Jane
I wasn’t sure until I read your words. At first I thought it was a snake.
I really like this–it caught me off guard at first, I really thought it was an alligator in the snow!
This is so cool! Blessings, Natalie 🙂
Hopefully without teeth xx
I love lichen! Great capture of the wild beastie. We are fortunate to have these lichen beauties all around us. They particularly stand out, like medallions, on stone.
Looks like he’s laughing 😉
Beautiful details and fine composition.
I think other comments says it all; great image!
Lovely pictures, lovely words, lovely together.
Wonderful photo and insight ~
I like this one a great deal