8.31.2011

Rising from Your Heart of Hearts


rising from your heart of hearts
lives a song
that is all yours
trust the wisdom of it's gait
let it's melody permeate
find that it does decorate
in multitudes of gesture


rising from your heart of hearts
your quintessential song
~



Both of these wild flowers are wonderfully unique from one another. 
I love their awesome details, wild and fringy is one and the other, well look at those colorful spots:



52 comments:

  1. A choir of beautiful blossoms. Wonderful photos Tammie, very special. And your words soar...

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  2. These blooms fill my eyes, Tammie. How lovely to see such beauty springing up from the rocks of Montana!

    Your accompanying poetry touches my heart deeply. SO beautiful.

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  3. Thank you for sharing
    This Amazing Pictures
    Good creations

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  4. Lovely details of these beautiful little flowers with their tiny speckles!

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  5. Beauty in abundance ~ lovely!

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  6. Hi,

    Nice macro's of a very special flower with speckles! Such flowers deserves a good poem :-)
    Nice post!

    Best regards
    Rune Olsen

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  7. The poem and your photos fits each other. Thanks for sharing. It is a pleasure to come to your blogg.
    From Hilda

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  8. The canorous brouhaha of the heart filled with the joy of reckless beauty.

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  9. What delicately beautiful blooms; delicate words too.
    Thanks.

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  10. The music you make--gorgeous!

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  11. We are so blessed to have such a wonderful variety of gorgeous flowers. Thanks for sharing these.

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  12. Oh I was glad to be here again! Lovely flowers with awesome details! And something special because they are wild! :)

    And the big horn sheep- so gorgeous pictures! They are quite qute, I think! Do you think they could attack if you wouldn't back off?
    The last picture.. it's like I can see some snow?? Or is it something else I cannot figure out..

    Peace & love,
    Viola! :)

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  13. I love those flowers with subtle colors and delicate. With a big frame and focused and wonderfully lit.

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  14. Thank you Tammie, these are beautiful. I am looking for my song. Really, I am ... appreciate your encouragement to keep on looking.

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  15. So different yet alike, as we all are.

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  16. Tiny flocks of feathery beauty and freckled joy!

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  17. Oh my, an entire grove of spotted saxifrage. I discovered their minute beauty this summer after stopping to look at the plain little white flowers next to the trail. My macro lens showed me the incredible beauty of each one with the delicate yellow and pink spots on each petal. I never found a patch as dense as yours this summer! Maybe next year...

    I also found the fringed flower when I was on a trip. I have a photo of it but never posted it because I didn't know what it was (now I know!). It, too, is beautiful.

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  18. Thank you for your life with flowers ...
    Thank you.
    Tammie, I photographed my people
    I would like you to see?, friend.

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  19. Beautiful! Those flowers are like hearts with petals.

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  20. Hi Tammie!!! whenever I need to see something beautiful all I have to do is pop by!!!! your photos always take my breath away!!! gorgeous!!!

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  21. · Nice flowers so nice photos.

    · Regards

    CR & LMA
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  22. TL- all photos are exquisite - but love the purity of the middle one - full of light and life. Go well. B

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  23. Applause, both poetry and photograpy are exquisite

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  24. These are indeed gorgeous wildflowers. But your wonderful pictures are no more beautiful than your verse.

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  25. AWESOME!

    and the majestic rams too!


    Aloha from Waikiki;


    Comfort Spiral
    > < } } ( ° >

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  26. Those are terrific photos, Tammie! I have found both of them to be difficult to photograph and you did it very nicely!

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  27. Tammie, Thanks for the nice comment on my "bees"--they were interesting to watch. Double wow on your great macro photos--they are terrific. Very lovely. Mickie :)

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  28. Beautiful words Tammie.xx

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  29. Hi Tammie..breathtaking and serene..both your words and images.. magical ...and these photos...what a blissful feeling..how I'd love to be a fairy and drop into that pillow of a thousand flowers!
    HUgs
    Victoria

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  30. Oh Tammie, I love your poem!! Your photography of the delicate flowers are stunning too. The piece together sings!!

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  31. These are such gorgeous flowers! I've never seen anything like them. :) They are truly magical!

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  32. I had never seen this species of flowers ... it's very fresh and beautifully illuminated ... like the words who accompany your images..
    Thanks Tammie..I always have beautiful moments here..:o)
    See you..

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  33. They are indeed enchanting, Tammie. I think sometimes wild flowers embody such strength and beauty that you don't see in other flowers.

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  34. These make me think of little faces turning their heads to face the sunshine. So sweet. Love the little red and yellow polka dots! :)

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  35. Delightful images Tammie, its details I would be looking at them all day ... and your words come with this delicate beauty.
    Thanks for sharing.
    A big hug

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  36. Wow, those are some great shots!

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  37. Red Freckles that kiss the sky,
    Broadcasts Paradise to those with open eyes.

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  38. Beautiful imagery and words Tammie :-)

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  39. it's so nice to see these flowers standing next to each other!

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  40. Oh these are some of the best flower shots I've seen. Love the words too.

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  41. deeply touchings moments in your work - pure poetic my friend!

    cordially
    isabella

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  42. Hi Tammie, how are you?? I hope that when I visit the Grand Canyon in November I can get images that are one per cent as good as yours!!

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  43. Absolutely stunning, Tammi :D

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  44. Hi Tammie, these tiny beauties are amazing. x

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  45. Hello, Tammie Lee

    Your work is embraced in your gentleness.
    The internal vitality is just life.

    Have a good weekend.

    Greetings and hug.
    From Saga, Japan.
    ruma ❁

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  46. if one takes time to look...there's so much beauty.
    I love looking at foxglove and many more

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  47. wow!!!!!!!!!!!
    so pretty!!!!
    happy weekend,
    Rosa

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  48. Every time I see your gorgeous wildflower closeups, I think of Georgia O'keefe's reply to someone who ask her why she painted flowers. "Nobody sees a flower, not really...they are so small. But when I paint them big, people begin to understand..."(paraphrased!)

    Thanks for an enjoyable peek, once again!

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  49. I have never seen them,they are beautiful !Your blog scents of nature !

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  50. gorgeous!! so delicate...full of beauty!

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  51. Thank you, thank you for sharing your magical land! Your photographs touch my heart. Those flowers at the bottom of the post are so delightful with, yes, those delicate spots. Genius!

    I appreciate your thoughts and experience you share as well. :) I am reminded to turn my gaze inward and to honor my heart's song.

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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