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Tuesday, November 24, 2009


Lucy Corrander  -  The Shape of Winter  -  November 9th 2009  -  Sony DSC-T77


Hermes said...

Very stark and fits the weather today perfectly. Great shot Lucy.

Ron Eklof said...

Tree bones reach from the bowels of earth,
Yearning for their freedom.
Tormented, gnarled fingers claw at the sky,
Yearning for their freedom.

Yet sapped, dormant in frozen veins,
Must wear a coat of snow.
While limbs shiver in the winds of winter,
All their yearnings do not bear fruit.

azplantlady said...

Hello Lucy,

I just love different types of branch architecture, which is especially obvious during the winter time.

Oz Girl said...

Such starkness... it fits the mood of winter perfectly. I like the wee bit of light glowing off a few of the branches.

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Hermes - a lot of stark days at present!


Lucy Corrander said...

Ron - a poem!

It's a sad one, though. I thought you were going to say it was storing itself up to spring out with the spring but you are suggesting the tree would like to fruit in winter too.


Lucy Corrander said...

Noelle - and with the photos on your blog, you sometimes show us the internal architecture of cactii - something I had not known about before and which is equally marvellous.


Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Oz Girl.

You may have noticed the wee bit of light is on the under side of the branches. The sun was going down and I just got this photo before it vanished.


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