1.12.2010

Along the Waters Edge


along the waters edge
find mysteries and majesties
miracles and frozen things
crystalline beauty and charming ice
little bugs and gems so nice
it's winters lovely paradise
it's winters magical device
enchanting us beyond our sight
imagination ignites
start seeing winters miracles
along the waters edge
along winters edge
find mysteries and majesty
mysteries and majesty
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72 comments:

  1. These are excellent photos. I'm following your blog now.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

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  2. Gorgeous photos - and truly - what a gift to find them!

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  3. That first picture is outstanding. You have the gift, and your words show it well xx

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  4. You have a wonderful portfolio - one better than the other one. I really enjoyed visiting your blog

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  5. Both are amazing captures, but I have to say the first one is my favourite, outstanding.

    All the best
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  6. Beautiful words and pictures! Gorgeous!! :) Silke

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  7. What a stunningly beautiful place - is this where you live? You are blessed.

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  8. Stunning images!
    The reflections are just lovely - especially the first. The sky reflecting in the second is beautiful.

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  9. Thank you.

    I found out that it might be possible to step back and to return to life.

    Please have a wonderful Wednesday. And yes, very good photography indeed.

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  10. Beautiful Tammie! I love everything about 'along the waters edge...' The layers of ice... the forms... as you say miracles. Lovely watery post! Carol

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  11. Just beautiful.. ice crystals look so lovely against the water.

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  12. Love the first one, looks like a frozen Christmas garland. Outstanding captures as always. You never cease to show us the beauty of nature and your poetic words.

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  13. spectacular images. the first photo is especially amazing.

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  14. Stunning & Breathtaking! It's so very beautiful there

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  15. Wonderful pictures! Just now, we can find some piece of art in nature in snow and ice. Have a nice week!

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  16. what beautiful renderings, the words and water miracles....such a wonder-full season it is!!
    xo abigail

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  17. Wow, Tammie! Can nature get any better than this?

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  18. Beautiful landscape and I really like the white mountain up there:-)
    Great shot!
    Have a nice day!

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  19. Winters miracles....
    Indeed!
    BEAUTIFUL! :))

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  20. Chillingly brilliant.
    Love this one... and the pics!
    :)

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  21. Beautiful scenery Tammie, looks very cold though. Thanks for sharing:)

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  22. Winter Snow
    With its Crystal Delight
    You offer us Wings
    To Bring us the Day
    In a time of Night.


    We are going to the mountains to visit the snow when we get our next bout of sunshine. We will see you reflecting off of the feathery snow.

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  23. I want to travel in those crystals, launch a tiny boat and explore those rocks. You create a fantastical world within the real. Thank you for sharing the beauty around you through your marvelous lens and words, Tammie Lee! :)

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  24. I just love your eye and heart for the subtle beauty of Nature. And I thank you - yet again - for sharing it with us all.

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  25. Lovely blanket for a winter's nap.

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  26. Ohhhh this is so unbelievable beautiful and magical....and the poem says it all.

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  27. the first image looks like its gonna concur the rest of the unfrozen water!

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  28. Truly lovely Tammie! I only wish I had a camera to capture such pictures. But also your wonderful talent to go with it!

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  29. Wonderful!
    Both poem and pics.
    Watching ice grow is so much more exciting than watching the grass.
    I am always mesmerised be snowflakes and ice crystals, all similar yet each one unique. The diversity is like counting the stars in the sky.

    Beautiful scenes.

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  30. Wonderful wintry photos and lovely poetic presentation. Thank you ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  31. Hi Tammie, these are both gorgeous! The first one is like a forest of tiny snowy trees reflected in the water and the second one is majestic, but then you've already said that! ;-)

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  32. Tammie, both of your photos are wonderful. But the second one is my favorite, it is just gorgeous.

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  33. You're amazing. The photo, your poem, beautiful.

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  34. Very, very stunning and beautiful! Love//Eva

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  35. How beautiful and majestic, indeed.

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  36. Hi hon!! Wowza!! I love your frost and snow picutes always amaze me! Beautiful hon!
    I was wondering..Dennis sent off your stunning shots of the mare and foal..would you mind if I used one as a model to draw? Just stunning shots! Will totally understand if you would rather not. Hugs, Sarah

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  37. Beautiful photo, lovely verse! You are quite talented! Thank you for stopping by my blog today.

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  38. Hi Tammie, I like the repetition in your verse - it felt like a song. I also enjoyed seeing the tight focus and the big picture - the specific to the general. My favorite is the way the edge ice looks like lace and is reflected in the open stream. Thank you,Tammie, for your kind words to me - they make my heart feel better.

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  39. Beautiful, Tammie. I am in awe of the beauty that surrounds you as well as the words you share that describe that beauty.

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  40. These are wonderful photographs and words too.

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  41. I really like your pictures and words. Both are beautiful.

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  42. Beautiful pictures and lovely poem. Winter really creates a wonderful scenery.

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  43. Oh yeah, similar idea :) but your photo is sunny! Thanks for visit!

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  44. Spectacular...winters miracles for sure!

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  45. The edge of the snow looks like chenille! And the words are fitting.

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  46. "Chrystalline beauty." The perfect words to describe the vision of winter you've captured in these extraordinary photos, Tammie.

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  47. What lovely words and images.
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your kind wishes.

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  48. FANTASTIC PHOTOS!!!WONDERFULL BLOG!
    NICE TO MEET YOU TOO

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  49. Fantastic winter scene (along the W fork of the Flathead, isn't it?) - along winter's edge indeed!

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  50. beautiful scenery you show us. Not as white as sweden. We havae all that frost covering everything. Your photos have some great colors in them.

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  51. Beautiful mysteries! I wish I understood how crystals are formed. I should really look that up, shouldn't I?

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  52. You live in a beautiful place. Your photos are terrific. The prettiest place I have ever been was along a highway in Montana. I could have sat there forever, looking out over the pasture lands, mountains in the background & that BIG SKY casting shadows from clumps of clouds nearby. Just beautiful.

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  53. Love love the images and I also enjoy visiting wintery watery edges...so much to see even in the winter!

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  54. absolutely stunning images, we have had such a lot of snow here yet it doesn't look as beautiful as this.

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  55. Magnificent crystals...you always have mysteries to show.

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  56. it's amazing the way the crystals formed on the edge of the water in this way. Simply beautiful.

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  57. Your glorious crystals have returned.

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  58. Vibration communicates forms of intelligence through light and sound. Every image is an opportunity to raise the energy vibration of the planet and your core frequency. Visualize pillars of light coming out of your magical images and penetrating you. Every moment, you break new boundaries and expand innersight.

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  59. Tammie: That second photo is really special.

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  60. Such nice frozen snow details on the first one!
    Very nice.

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  61. Beautiful words and fantastic shots !! Thanks for sharing,,

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  62. Wonderful images and great words - such talent!!!
    have a great week!
    Gena @ Thinking Aloud
    a photoblog
    South Africa

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  63. stunning images & words, as always. The top photo is amazing!! WE have no snow left ;-(

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  64. So lovely. The ice crystals at the water's edge are mysterious and amazing.

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  65. Nice images. I love all the possibilities in snow and ice. Beautiful words, too.

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  66. The ice crystals in the first photo are so so so so beautiful!

    The Day

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  67. Wow to that water flow. Incredibly beautiful, especially with that snowy mountain range. And the mist coming in from the latest post! Mesmerizing and beautiful to watch. Your poetry is equally as captivating. I could almost hear your words in a song.

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  68. It is splendid Nature.
    The color of sky is good for a background.

    Existence of the clear air of the winter.

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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