Very nice indeed.
GOD'S WORLD Edna St. Vincent MillayO world, I cannot hold thee close enough Thy winds, thy wide grey skies Thy mists, that roll and rise!Thy woods, this autumn day, that ache and sagAnd all but cry with color! That gaunt cragTo crush! To lift the lean of that black bluff!World, World, I cannot get thee close enough!Long have I known a glory it in all, But, never knew I this; Here such a passion isThat stretcheth me apart,-Lord, I do fearThou'st made the world too beautiful this year;My soul is all but out of me,-let fallNo burning leaf; prithee, let no bird call.FG, when a photograph reaches into the soul, it is poetry. The moment I looked this picture, this poem, memorized more years ago than I want to admit, came back to me. Thank you for sharing the "soul of your farm," and inspiring me to revisit my favorite poetEdna St Vincent Millay. Now, I will pull her books from my shelves for more inspiration and insight.
We left the city to live in the country too. We are not as far removed from a metro area as you are, but still received the reactions from confused city dwellers. Your blog has made me appreciate even more my little house in the woods! I just love the simple and demanding life of living on a farm!! We get foggy mornings like this in Oregon. I like to call it kitty fog, it just lolls and creeps around because it has nothing better to do...
Susan,That doesn't even look real. It's like something imagined.
This is one of my favourite photos of yours. So lovely.
Exquisite.I am green with envy re all of your greenery.
This is breath taking!! I could sit and look and dream forever:))
THAT is one of the most incredible photos I have ever seen. I have enjoyed your blog for many months, but this photo has encouraged me to come out of hiding.
A fellow could get used to a view like that. Beautiful
!!!Re: sun hits morning mist. I am falling desperately in love with your photos. :)Jas...
you are a great photographer.you leave in a lovely place where i wish the same place.breath deaply and enjoy your situation
you live in a wonderfull place,where is it?the fotos are very beautifull,congats
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