awaken * to inquisitive sunbeams that nudge and question and seek, illuminating each shadowy fear that hides within the morass of insecurity coccooning deep Winter’s sleep * awaken * to gaze with innocent curiosity upon the world’s bright new beginnings, eager to embrace each glimmering opportunity held in pristine readiness within bejewelling dew * awaken … More Awaken
February arrived at the meadow and the little wooded area beside the stream, enticing nature to quicken as the year edged slowly onwards… (Remember to click on the galleries for better views of the pictures!) As youthful sunlight grew bolder, caressing the earth with an enlivening touch, new life began to stir amidst the leaf … More February 2017
pale head demurely bowed beneath youthful Sun’s gentle caress innocent love burgeoning new life stirring
This post is for Cardinal Guzman’s monthly Changing Seasons photography challenge. I joined in with this challenge for the first half of last year, taking photographs along all the lanes around the village that I live in. Unfortunately I was taking so many pictures that it reached the point where I couldn’t find time to sort through them all … More Changing Seasons 2016: February
Clad in purest white Innocence personified The land awakens
This post is for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge. This week’s theme is white flowers. I hope you all like them.
Emergence Clad in umber tones, arising from winter’s sleep with the promise of a young sun’s caress, with tentative steps the maiden begins her dance upon the eternal spiral, embracing the innocence of snowdrops in fresh bloom. I’d not originally planned this to be for Cee’s Which Way Challenge – I knew I wanted … More Emergence
From Winter Retreat, huddle down, as darkness creeps ever further over the barren landscape. Icicle fingers bind tight; hearts and minds joyless, fearful in Winter’s captivity. A flickering glimmer of light amidst shadow. Watch night retreat. A shaft of pale daylight dances across the pristine crystals clothing nature’s naked beauty. A jubilant laugh; a … More From Winter