Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense (I)

Dusk

In the quiet shadows of dusk
May we be humble and still
And once again ready ourselves
To rise for a new and daring dawn…

37 comments

  1. vastlycurious.com says:

    Beautiful!

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  2. SeniSilat says:

    ….. Thank you for this great image….

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  3. mightwar says:

    I like the gentle quality of this image.

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  4. This poem reminds me of the transition from winter into spring, shaking off the dark and stepping into the light. Very lovely.

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  5. seeker says:

    It that a tree on top. I appears to be stretching it’s arms out waiting for a new day.

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  6. poem + photo = perfection

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  7. Really beautiful! The Photo AND the poem!

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  8. hugmamma says:

    You’re right…the future is always…just around the corner. 🙂

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  9. Good Afternoon: What makes this picture work for me is the small tree on the right with limbs upreached as if striving for the sun. Vonn Scott Bair

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  10. F.G.M. says:

    Dear Hanne, what an amazing picture! It’s so inspiring! merci encore pour ces merveilleux “instants d’éternité” que tu partages avec nous tous 🙂

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  11. F.G.M. says:

    Dear Hanne, I really love this picture. I’ve written a poem about. Would you accept that I post it on my blog with the mention of your name & your blog adress of course. Here is the poem I have written. I hope you’ll accept :-)) and I hope you’ll like my little poem (not as breathtaking as your picture but inspired by it. Avec toute mon amitié :
    ————–
    A Present
    Light is not bright enough to describe

    A Reality
    The height of which is deeper than the abyss,
    Ineffable felicity, obvious unity, silent clarity,
    Quartziferous dawn, ubiquitous intensity,

    seek it, find it, treasure it, share it, and

    always admire the sunrise
    as if it were to be the last

    one

    ————–

    hope there is no mistake or nothing wrong… 🙂

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    • oh wow!! I’m deeply honored, Frédéric! Thank you so so much! The poem is absolutely beautiful. I will re-blog it from your site when I’m through my wandering in the desert 🙂
      Can you download the photo from my site and upload it on yours? Otherwise let me know and I can email it to you.

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      • F.G.M. says:

        Hanne, I’m so happy you like the poem, yes I can download the photo from your site, with a like & copyright of course, I will post it soon with my poem. I’m so happy we are “connected” 🙂 xxo

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        • I love co-creative work and I’m humbled that my photos can inspire.

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        • Frédéric! How are you? 🙂 Will you send me the link on your blog to the poem to this photo of mine? It’s time to re-blog it? Art for me is like the tides, ebb and flow. I’m in ebb, so it leaves a good space for your poem 🙂 And thank you again for this wonderful piece of writing.

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  12. F.G.M. says:

    I’m very well thank you Hanne! And what about you? Are you still learning french? In case you’d like, I can give you links to useful weblinks, don’t hesitate to mail me, wordsinthelight(at)mail.com – I hope you will post new pictures & poems soon 🙂 oh, and the link, sure!!!
    http://poemsandpoemes.wordpress.com/2014/05/11/a-present/
    There are so many inspiring pictures on your blog… je recommencerai sûrement à écrire en m’inspirant de ton magnifique regard sur le Monde.
    Avec toute mon amitié,
    Frédéric.

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    • Very well indeed, thank you. I only learn the French I learn from you 🙂
      I hope the muse will come to me soon again. It might, we’ll see 🙂 I have re-blogged your post. Thank you again!

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