5.27.2010

Spirit Dined on Green Today


spirit dined on green today
rich green
soft green
bright green

thrived and fed on light today
colors showing colors glowing
in the form of sky and field

reveled in the give of forest under feet
found joy in the flight of buoyant clouds
breathed
in
breathed out
our glorious world

spirit dined on green today
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73 comments:

  1. ~beautiful place to be...

    "thrived and fed on light today"

    l♥ve these words...and oh so wishing i was thriving and being fed on light today...warm wishes and brightest blessings~

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  2. Spring is so wonderful before the heat and drought set in. Breathtaking shots. I like the metaphor of 'dined' out.

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  3. How beautiful and majestic. Love all!
    Thank you for sharing.
    Happy SWF.

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  4. How lovely is your poetry! It speaks to me so strongly--I often feel this way.

    You have managed to capture something I find, so far, illusive--the grandeur of distance and color--this photo of valley vista just fills my eyes and my soul with a longing I can't put a name to.

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  5. PS Tammie, did you notice there's a little cherub floating across the skies? I think he's napping!

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  6. How I'd just love to sit in that wide open space and stare at those majestic mountains! So beautiful, Tammie! Theresa

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  7. Wow, such a vista and a lovely poem Tammie. I wish I was there right now!

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  8. AnonymousMay 27, 2010

    Beautiful... the wide open spaces and your lovely verse...

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  9. tammie, your words and pictures are a joy to me, as are you.

    thank you...

    xo

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  10. AnonymousMay 27, 2010

    Dramatic shots of beautiful scenery.... thanks for sharing!..

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  11. Awesome landscapes, very scenic.

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  12. such beautiful sceneries and poem too! very serene! enjoy your weekend!

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  13. beautiful pictures :D The poem was very pretty too, I especially liked the first line: The spirit dined on green today <3

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  14. The sky as well as the green is very lovely today. :)

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  15. AnonymousMay 27, 2010

    Oh how I wish I lived there - I can just imagine waking up every morning to such views! Absolutely GORGEOUS!!!

    Happy SWF

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  16. I agree. Nature's lush greens (especially when bathed in golden, morning or evening sunlight) are nourishing to the spirit.

    Thanks for the pause that refreshes. :)

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  17. Gorgeous captures, Tammie, and such beautiful, perfect words to match! Great shot of some of the best Montana has to offer! Have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  18. Hi Tammie,
    queste foto sono molto belle, sembra di vedere lo scenario delle mie montagne.
    Queste foto a guardarle danno un senso di libertà :-)

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  19. Makes me want to dust off my hiking boots (or even better find a spare horse!) xo

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  20. Beautiful and peaceful...

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  21. The top photo looks like The Little House on the Prairie...what a beautiful sight and the sky...wow! The second photo really has a sky with attitude! Both are gorgeous!

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  22. Dear Tammie,
    his is just > so wonderful...
    thanks for these beautiful words and pics!

    Dulce

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  23. AnonymousMay 27, 2010

    Oh WOW!

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  24. Beautiful. Green is my favorite color ... my spirit definitely dined on green today!

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  25. AnonymousMay 27, 2010

    That green for sure is able enough to provide hope - thank you for sharing such beauty. Please have a nice Friday.

    daily athens

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  26. What an idyllic place. These are both wonderful shots. I think the first one is my favorite but they are both great. Love the words too.

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  27. And you have allowed allll our spirits to be fed on green too Tammie. What a treasure of a place you live in. The compassionate green of the rolling Earth... Love

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  28. AnonymousMay 27, 2010

    You have a beautiful photos and they show a wonderful environment there. The oil spill is a classic example of how one company and change the whole environment for all of us. I hope it doesn't happen in your area.

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  29. And my spirit has grown just viewing you wonderful photos and reading your poem! The depth of your vision is unparalleled. Have a happy weekend, Tammie.

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  30. Rich and nourishing -- a verdant feast!

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  31. Very peaceful. A place to regroup ones thoughts, I would think!

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  32. A beautiful poem. I like that very, very much.

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  33. Lovely shots,
    Lovely thoughts.

    Blessings!

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  34. "breathed in
    breathed out
    our glorious world.."

    beautiful poem.

    And I Love all!

    Thank you for sharing. Hugs XX

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  35. Hi,
    I wanted to say thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment ... as you can tell I am quite new at this and still working at it. I visited both your blogs today and I am so inspired by your creativity and talent ... thank you for sharing ... I will be back often.
    Take good care,
    Barbara

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  36. How green is your valley! Very lovely place!

    P.S. We had a wonderful time with Barb and Zee and I met Bob too. But we have opposite personalities. It was fun!

    P.S.S. I will be posting from this blog now, but don't know what to do with the other one, too many spammers.

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  37. This poem and image brought tears to my eyes, Tammie. Intensely beautiful are your inner depths.

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  38. Such gorgeous scenery - to be away from the crowds and see these sights is joyous.

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  39. Astonishing beauty Tammie! I love the green with the blue sky!! Beautiful poem as well! Green does feed the spirit and soul.

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  40. That's where I want to live. I'll come back tonight before I go to bed and hopefully will dream of it. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  41. Thank you for visit my blog and your generous comment Tammie. I've just had a browse through your photographs and they are breathtaking!So beautiful!

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  42. on green under blue

    fantastic!

    love
    yvette

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  43. A glorious May meadow with snow capped mountains beyond, just begging to be run across barefooted.
    No wonder you were revelling in the green!

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  44. Glorious photos and a marvelous poem...

    Pixellicious Photos

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  45. I would love to wake up to that view every day!

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  46. thank you for taking us on a journey to your part of the world! beautiful, spacious, heart opening...

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  47. Whar a gorgeous view and scenery. Awesome photos, Tamnie!

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  48. "Breathed in, breathed out, our glorious world..."

    LOVE. THIS.

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  49. Tammie, you words flow like water and air and are so amazingly discriptive. I need to hear them with my eyes closed and then your stunning photos come alive. The homestead photo is breathtaking and I want to be walking down that track. Thank you for sharing your gift.
    Blessings and smiles

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  50. AnonymousMay 28, 2010

    Love love the mountains!! And I love your poem spirit dined on green.

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  51. I love your poem. Anyone's spirit would be lifted by such beautiful sights.

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  52. So majestic and vast. Those images of open space and tall mountains is enough to inspire anyone's mind and spirit and body to go climb, to go achieve dreams and to soar high with happiness. Thank you Tammie for all this beauty you share with us. How I look forward to your words and images!

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  53. Hi Tammie, thanks for the encouragement re the book thing. I may try it but then if nobody buys it can I cope with the rejection!!!:)?? On another subject, I watched a very old film last week, John Wayne, The Searchers, a western and the scenery made me think of you!

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  54. Beautiful sky - sadly ours was grey and low today!

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  55. A breathtaking panorama, and the combination with the poem is absolutely perfect. I wish with all my heart such a perfect Sunday Tammie.

    Hugs

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  56. Breathtaking sceneries. Love them!

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  57. In my minds eye, this is Montana. Beautiful...!

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  58. Soooo picturesque! Almost looks like it could be somewhere in Europe! Interesting clouds hovering above the mountains in the second shot. Another beautiful addition on your part. Green definitely makes me feel better!

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  59. Love the magnificent green and vast expanse in these photos. Brilliant skies also.

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  60. Spring is so wonderful before the heat and drought set in. Breathtaking shots. I like the metaphor of 'dined' out.
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  61. Beautiful and lovely shots !!Simply fantastic !!Unseen Rajasthan

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  62. Hi Tammie, this images crack my heart I long to have a hike out there. What a wonderful place to be.
    Hugs D.

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  63. It is amazing what incredible beauty you find-and one can find if you take the time to look. Than you for unveiling this!

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  64. Everytime I see your photos, I go Wow!
    You have a gift for capturing the beauty in the world, Tammie

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  65. Oh wow, Tammie! The light and mystery of the mountain scene are wonderful!

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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