Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Nature Notes ~ The Cycle of Life
closest to each other in nature, yet furthest apart.
Both seasons of change, one glorying in the newness
of rebirth, the other baring its soul in preparation,
just transmutation never ending.....
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I feel very much like that child in the second image. Thank you for your wonderful comments at my site. They are truly appreciated.ReplyDelete
beautiful & poetic ~~~ thank you ArijaReplyDelete
That's just beautiful! Those two are my favorite seasons! Both seasons of change - I like that!! Hugs, SilkeReplyDelete
Oh I like this very much! I'll remember it when I'm complaining about winter.ReplyDelete
Beautiful as always, Arija! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Such a lovely post, these are my favorite seasons.ReplyDelete
Beautiful and lovely shot !! Great post !!Unseen RajasthanReplyDelete
What a creative lovely blog!ReplyDelete
These are beautiful--I love the seasons.ReplyDelete
Just beautiful Arija..How I wish I had your gentle way and gift of prose. You are such a wonderful advocate for Mother Nature... Thank you for participating in Nature Notes.. I really appreciate it.. MichelleReplyDelete
I never thought about the similarities in fall and spring but you're right they are. I like the shots as well as the drawing. Great post.ReplyDelete
So thoughtfully and poetically expressed.ReplyDelete
Very lovely tree. I love the drawing too. Very nice, I wish I could draw that well. :)ReplyDelete
lovely drawing and photo! Yes i often notice the similarities between spring and autumn, the seasons of changeReplyDelete
Lovely Arija..and the post below also!ReplyDelete
Yes, I have been hearing of your heatwave again! Last year you had a terrible one too! Just wish it would all end for you all! 43 degrees is just way way way too hot!!
Thanks for visiting My Skywatch and My World in Toowoomba also.
A lovely and thoughtful post. I spent the first 35 years of my life in a climate where summer just muddled its way into being winter and vice versa. I like having more distinct seasonal changes much better.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo. The only reason I like autumn is that it brings us closer to spring.ReplyDelete
I have often thought of this myself. Even though Autumn is a dying of sorts it's a necessary death if we are to have new life in spring. And, it is a spectacular way to go! All that nature does not die quietly.ReplyDelete
The second pic doesn't want to load for me.ReplyDelete
But I can imagine that they both look great.
I love both seasons. Yes, similar and yet so different.
What a wonderful drawing (the second one). Did you do that? I love the line work.ReplyDelete
Arija, did you draw that last picture there? How sweet, but the litle girl looks sad. I am trying to get my Christmas cards drawn and painted so I can get them printed and mailed!ReplyDelete