4.03.2009

Brief Morning Light


sun rarely graces us with its presence
daylight begins with
sugar-like snow falling from the sky
turning to flakes like feathers floating to the earth
transforming to snow like confetti
filling the air
snowflakes fly by
as fast as birds
dancing in all directions
spring is here and snow piles on each and every limb
the ongoing kiss of winters farewell


To see more skies go to: Skywatch Friday

46 comments:

  1. Looking at this beautiful photo makes me feel like it's Christmas morning!! Very, very nice:)

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  2. With a view like that, it might make me sad to say "farewell" to winter. Just gorgeous.

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  3. Oh, that is splendid. It's magnificent. I could easily see it in a travel book. Wonderfully composed! Great work. So beautiful!

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  4. Oh, my dear--what a LOVELY photo. This just fills my eyes--which, as you know is the greatest compliment I can give.

    I wish it would snow here--but rather spring has sprung. The fruit trees have flung their gorgeous blossoms across the skies, and flowers are popping up everywhere!

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  5. What a great poem - made me feel better about all the snow we're getting here in CO, too. The snowscape is beautiful.

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  6. Fantastic photo and a nice little verse to go along with it too.

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  7. Tammie Lee: That is a picture perfect capture for the ending of Winter.

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  8. Now that's a lo-o-o-ng kiss good-bye. Let's hope this beautiful view is just the sweet parting shot.

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  9. So winter is still going strong in some parts of the world!

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  10. Your winter still lingers on but that display is worth it surely. A captivating scene.
    How you write about snow is so poetic. Only one living with it for long periods could come up with such wonderful prose about snow.

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  11. Great photo the lone tree snow covered and lit by the sunlight. Congrats on a great blog. Enjoy the mountain spring.

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  12. But isn't the sun in the clouds and in the snow and in the tears of happiness and joy of the observer. I have to remember that the sun is in the hearts and essence of all in Nature. We must be the sunshine, and our brightness reflects off of all that we consciously see and touch.

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  13. A really beautiful composition - with words to match.

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  14. Ahhhhh...such peaceful and delightful words and photos. Thanks for blessing us with these this week.

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  15. That is total Beauty. As always great capture. Smiles B

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  16. Very beautiful serene photo! Thanks!

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  17. Beautiful photo, lovely words. Thank you.

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  18. tammie,
    I just love your blog...always, always adds to my feeling of one with Mother....thank you!

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  19. For some it has been a long kiss--and a cause of inspiration.

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  20. Very beautiful but I still can't wait for the green pictures...I almost forget what grass looks like!

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  21. What a magical winter view! You do know that I love your shots and words :).

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  22. YIKES! Is it still snowing there?

    Beautiful photo! I think snow is lovely. ;-)

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  23. Tis a long farewell, but a beautiful one!

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  24. A delicious photo and lovely verse. One has inspired the other. This too will pass!!! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend.
    Smiles

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  25. Oh Tammie,
    That's stunning. I love it when the sun shines on the snow that way!! Stunning photos as always!
    Blessings, Sarah

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  26. wow..that is lovely!

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  27. Oh...that is just too beautiful for words...But YOUR words are certainly fitting!

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  28. Lovely photograph! It looks like a Christmas Card.
    Joyce

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  29. Very beautiful shot and lovely words. I raised my family in Montana, that looks delightfully familiar. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your comments!

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  30. This is beautiful as it is poetic,
    Wonderful-

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  31. Well at least if winter is going to linger a little bit, it is doing it in a beautiful way! Your photo is spectacular as always!

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  32. A pretty winter scene..surely you've said farewell to winter!It's time to awaken.A postcard perfect image.

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  33. Lovely! I like the sugar-like snow!

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  34. Hello Tammie Lee. I can really appreciate your winters when I see lovely photographs like this.

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  35. Good morning, Ms TLee: My favorite line: spring is here and snow piles on each and every limb. Wonderfully loony and, of course, true.

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  36. WOW! picture postcard perfect !! that is a cracker of a picture well done! As we dont see such snow I love this type of scene :))

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  37. Awesome capture - I love the snow on the tree & the clouds in the sky - Together, it all compliments the entire scene!

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  38. So nice wintershot. Looks absolutely fabulous and I don't even like winter. Never the less, stunning photo. Great add to SWF! Have a great weekend!

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  39. The photo is absolutely gorgeous as are your words. Thank you for putting to words the feelings that many of us have but can't express.

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  40. What a beautiful view :)

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  41. I am envious of your way with words! You said about snow how I feel. :) I love that frosted tree!

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  42. Breathtaking! It's like a sentry standing, waiting for spring.

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie