Ancient as time, favourite tree: the oak, animal: the wolf, flower: Anemone hepatica, place: a forest near water.Bird: too numerous to name,camera permanently grafted to hand, lover of light, nature, the sea, mountains, deserts,all forests, musing on the essence of being,loving all things great and small, caring for this wonderful planet of ours.
What a beautiful picture. I love the beach. Wish I got to go to the beach a little more often.ReplyDelete
Wonderful watery white horses on the wind. I can see them prancing in.ReplyDelete
Exactly what they look like!ReplyDelete
I love this saying Arija. An awesome picture! Such an angry sea!ReplyDelete
beautiful Arija....how are your goslings.... MichelleReplyDelete
Beautiful blues. Fab.ReplyDelete
Sydney - City and Suburbs
Such fitting poetry.
Very peaceful in here!! thank you!!ReplyDelete
Oh so blue the water, lovely!.ReplyDelete
so beautiful. happy wednesday.ReplyDelete
Lovely photo and poemReplyDelete
beautiful poem to accompany this stunning photo. i see the white horses, too.:pReplyDelete
Exquisite! Picture and words! No one says it better and no one creates a more beautiful mental image than you, Arija! It's perfect! As always! Thank you for the beauty!ReplyDelete
oh, so beautiful! and the poem illustrates it perfectly!ReplyDelete
beautiful and peaceful even though it is moving. Have a nice wednesdayReplyDelete
You always have interesting posts whenever I come here to catch up Arija.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your recent visits to my posts. and especially for your comment re the "gum" tree.
I took a bit over to the Herbarium for identification (for the second time) and today they said it was a brush box (Lophostemon confertus)..closely related to a gum tree apparently. Lives on the edges of the rain forest, (and my footpath).
Whatever it is , it is the most delightful tree.
great shot and poem!ReplyDelete
Come and see some parts of South Korea. Have great day!
So refershing seeing the drama of tumbling waves!ReplyDelete
Thank you for this beautiful start into the day! :-)ReplyDelete
That is a beautiful poem to go along with your wonderful scene. When I see a big wave rolling in I will think of white horses and you...ReplyDelete
Hope all is well with you, Arija.
Thanks for stopping by:)
the waves looks pretty curling going to the seashore. Happy watery Wednesday.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo...blue and white bliss...wonderful imagery...ReplyDelete
the poem was as lovely as the photo this was an absolute treat to read and see!ReplyDelete
Lovely poetry you have created to enhance the white horses. The picture lets one really feel the meaning of the white horses. Well done again.ReplyDelete
(I have been on a little holiday; Peter broke his ankle; the garden needs lots of work as it is so dry; and and and... for two days we got some rain.
What a joy to discover your images and words. Thank you for your kind comment and please come by and visit any time.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Gorgeous colours and perfect waves. :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful shot of the ocean waves.ReplyDelete
A wonderful poem that paints a mental picture and a photo that illustrates it well.ReplyDelete
This is beautiful! The waves with the white curly tops, the blue, blue water - wonderful captured!ReplyDelete
And the first shot on your previous post is fabulous! What a depth!
That wave in the background is whipping up spray. Lovely shot and interesting text to accompany it.ReplyDelete
I love the sound of waves crashing onto the shore. Love this poem comparing waves to horses.ReplyDelete
Thanks for inviting me to see this... and to read the poem... love the words and they help to bring the picture alive.. Is this poem your own work?ReplyDelete
Excellent boht photo and the poem!ReplyDelete
Lovely imagery to accompany your beautiful ocean scene!ReplyDelete
Hugs and blessings,
Your poem is beautiful; you have such a way with words! The crashing waves are captivating...it's hard to take my eyes off them.ReplyDelete
Thats was lovely!ReplyDelete
Arija, very beutiful. This picture and poem make me think of two things: a movie made years ago called "The Last Unicorn" and an even older book and movie called "White Mane" about a boy and a white stallion from the Camargue in France.ReplyDelete