Poetic Challenges & Poetic "First Drafts"
Unbelievable!!!! What a talent she is.
I have always been fascinated by people that have this kind of a talent! Truly amazing!!
Nice! I wonder if he'd like to paint any of my photos? (I think I'll ask)
oh, my! wonderfully done! the cherries are good enough to eat!
Very beautiful, both photo and painting.......the November photo in your header is simply spectacular!!!!!!!!! Did you take it? Am sure you must have. Gorgeous.
Yes, I took the photo. Thanks, Sherry. It is of the Blue Ridge Parkway - Linville Falls, NC
Very impressive indeed!
Thank you so much for this Margaret.....I am honored....:-)
ExcellentThe painting has added a richness and depth to the wood grain.But the magnificent red of your photo is stunningGreat work, both
What a gorgeous post. Sreeja is full of talent. Both of you have a lovely eye.
Both the pics are stunning :-)
wow how gorgeous!
You have got to be thrilled!!!
I'm glad my instincts told me to follow the trail by sreeja harikrishan, who'd left a comment on my poem "Balance" and added me to her circle - so I found your page from the painting she did, inspired by your bold and beautiful photograph of the cherries. Your photographic eye and sense is incredibly delicate and brilliant. I have to admit, I fell in love with Oberon, too. Your poetry is wonderful, as well - your artistry is intelligent, pleasing to the eye, skillful and admirable - it appeals to everything I hold near and dear. This is part of the comment I left on sreeja harikrishan's painting:When I was a child, the house we lived at for the longest time had, among other wondrous things, a pear tree and four cherry trees. Now, when I see cherries, I always think of this poem: "Every Day You Play" by Pablo Neruda with its remarkable ending lines:
to do with you what spring does with the cherry trees."I subscribed to your blog and shall look forward to further explorations. Your Autumn photographs are fabulous - it's always been my favorite season and you've shown me why it is, once more. Thank you. Here's my blog link, should you have time and the inclination to visit.http://wandaleabrayton.blogspot.com/
That's fantastic! It's so real. Sreeja is so talented! Thanks for sharing Marge!Hank
the photograph is striking and i can understand why Sreeja was inspired to paint it ~ her artwork is truly stunning!♥
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