Natures quiet creation
Inspiring our imagination
Subtle blue sky
The touch of a butterfly
Bringer of transformation
Life’s natural abrasion
Ireland nature photography poetry postaday reflections
Many thanks! 🙂
Where is that?! It could be one of a million wondrous places!
Mullaghmore, The Burren. Same place as ‘Blue Hour’, same place as my last four photos, those are even from the same day, more to come from that very day 🙂 Same place as the choir sang ‘Fertile Rock’… same, but always appears different; the turlough rising and falling (as they do :), the ever changing light brings new colors reflected differently.
It’s in truth a wondrous place, it holds forever a part of my heart….
I can see just why it would hold a piece of your heart!! Stunning!
🙂 thank you.
Lovely! I am so fond of your photographic eye, mixed with hearing the thoughts in your own work; it gives it so much depth. ❤
Holly, thank you so much, what a beautiful comment! Heading over to your site in a minute 🙂
Anna, thanks for visiting and for taking your time to comment! It’s much appreciated.
Wow! The shape of those trees is incredible, what a great composition! Nice work 🙂
Ben, thanks a mill for taking your time to comment, that’s extraordinary! And thank you for the follow too! 🙂
Intricate watery reflections and reflective gratitude in your poem.
Thank you! ‘Reflective gratitude’ that’s exactly how I felt! You have a sharp ‘eye’ Annette! 🙂
As I mentioned in my response to your comment on my blog,,I enjoy your pictures and writings and sense a kindred nature spirit 🙂
Thank you so much for becoming Follower No. 500 on my blog. So happy it was you. 🙂
Amazing. I love the contrast between the dry land and the water.
Thanks a mill! Me too 🙂
Thank you, Amy. I’m glad it spoke to you 🙂
Hanne, I feel the same way about the place in Wyoming where we go each summer. Thanks for sharing your beautiful, peace-filled photo.
Janet, thank you for this kind comment. It’s special to have such places to go ‘home’ to… 🙂 never been to Wyoming, but have similar Energetic spots on the west coast. Big Sur is one of them.
That’s a neat reflection, Hanne!
Stefano, thanks a mill, I’m really happy you like it! It makes me dream… 🙂
😀 ;D 🙂
Beautiful, again! 😀
Lol! We like ‘again’ 🙂
AHahah! ! 😛
The image and your words are both stunning! 🙂
Aww, thank you to you too!
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