Posted on March 4, 2014March 3, 2014 by Catherine ArcolioDistance when spring seems the farthest from home it is March Like this:Like Loading...
42 Replies to “Distance”
Reblogged this on Barbara Harms Fiber Art and commented:
I had to reblog Leaf and Twig’s beautiful post Distance. It is too exquisite not to share.
Thanks so much for sharing me with your readers and for the kind comment.
It was beautiful, the photo fit your beautiful words.
So did I! I agree with you completely.
What a beautiful photograph. Thank you.
What a beautiful place you live in. Spring is coming…..
Yes. Spot on!
So serene, yet full of hope!
A winters view will soon turn to a magical spring that is full of life.
it will, it will
What a lovely composition…
Starkly beautiful. I remember such scenes from my childhood.
Thanks for a stunning photo and for your painfully honest and hope-filled verse below! I like the muted colors, distance, and lovely loneliness of it all.
Beautiful blog. It captures the tranquility and sense of connectedness with nature that I get from my time on the farm.
Really nice! The words and image have much power!
absolutely a keeper
this may be my very favorite of all you have posted
gasp! loving the clean-ness and the artistry. mesmerizing.
And how! I suppose this is similar to how it is always darkest before the dawn?
Beautiful image and insightful thought. Blessings, Natalie 🙂
Really inspired! Thanks much!
Perfect poem for the photo. Nicely done
Reblogged this on URI Botanical Gardens Blog and commented:
A bleak but beautiful photo; and the words sort of sum up how I’m feeling about the month of March! Thanks to blogger “seedbud” for this lovely post.
I LOVE this photo.
Oh yes. Beautiful!
It ‘s so pretty and peaceful. The photo could be perfect for
a book cover. Great photo …!!!!
Living in Illinois, these words and picture ring true and give hope!
Very nice shot