2.08.2015

Like Tide Pools


days are warm
snow is melting
dripping from the roof




landing on ice cloaked earth

what do i spy
like an anenome
from the sea



mimicking 
far off universes

right before my knees


continuing to be delighted
by ice

a never before seen find
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20 comments:

  1. These certainly do have something of a fossil feel to them. We're a long way away from anything remotely resembling a melt.

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  2. These really are fantastic ice formations. Never seen anything like this before.
    They remind me of sea urchins.

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  3. Your eyes are always finding unusual and lovely offerings of Nature, Tammie. It does remind me of a delicate sea creature. Sunny here today, too - everything dripping and the snow slushy on top. My family is skiing.

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  4. It is very difficult to find on the ice something you had not discovered already, because what you show us it is mysterious and wonderful at the same time.

    Tomás.

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  5. Tammie, these are so beautiful. The little wonders of nature - nothing can do it better!

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  6. What amazing formations in the ice and you were just there to capture them! So your snow is melting already and we have been having icy winds here we should be calming down this week!

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  7. Beautiful photos and beautiful words!

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  8. How interesting that it froze in that crazy shape.

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  9. beautiful, amazing shape and well captured.

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  10. they do look like frozen tide pools!

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  11. Your talent for finding magic is amazing! :-)

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  12. (Trying again Tammie! - hope this time I can get the comment to post.)
    These are lovely - they remind me of mixed media collages pieces. Such a find!
    Now that the big thaw has started, I hope you will enjoy these last weeks of winter and keep warm!
    x

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    1. yea, your comment worked,
      so kind of you to try again and again!
      yes, we are having a big thaw, took a long walk with Lucy and creeks are running for the first time this year, meadows are turning into lakes (slowly). This is a month early and i don't know when this has ever happened before. Though i have only been here nine years.

      Two of the little urchin formations are still there, they are in the shade, fun to check in on them daily.

      Sweet week to you!

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  14. So completely wonderful and amazing !

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  15. Beautiful Tammie, isn't nature fabulous. Our snow is almost gone here in South West Scotland, but they continue to get good skiing further north.

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  16. Interesting images Tammie! It's reassuring finding small stuff which resonates with our wider view of the universe.......

    Happy weekend!
    Ruby

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  17. Just lovely, really like the first two!

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  18. Super cool and abstract. Love it.

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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