Sunday, March 2, 2008

One Single Impression: Change


Black fractal branches
Whisper in the numbing wind
Breaking brittle limbs


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32 comments:

  1. I love it, especially mixed with the image. Wonderful!

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  2. Lovely! The photo and the words show change - I know the numbing wind and am looking forward to a scorcher! Grin.
    Nice work!

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  3. Ah, the power of a whisper. This is wonderful, Andree.

    (I was rereading part of Seven Life Lessons of Chaos this week as I prepared my Friday Skywatch post. Briggs talks about trees as he introduces the idea of fractals. So I'm especially loving what you have done.)

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  4. I love the idea of fractal branches

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  5. To me this reads a little threatening or even sinister, but great nevertheless.

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  6. That's one great picture, and a stunning tree.

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  7. Thanks for visiting and come back again.
    My next posts will be written in Portuguese and English!

    Luiz

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  8. Wonderful, I wonder how the picture will look without text in it.

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  9. Beautiful tree and the contrast is great.

    Also love your Arty painting.

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  10. What wonderful, new insight (idea of the fractal) into something we would normally pass by...

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  11. and that photo has such an icy cold look about it... wonderful.

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  12. I love and miss the cold and transported myself to this scene.

    "Black fractal branches" is an awesome phrase.

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  13. Lovely image! I also love the perspective of the shot...the tree looks higher than the clouds! Very NEAT!

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  14. Wonderful words, complimentd by that awsome tree. I especially enjoyed the image as its so hot here today and that image cooled me down. I can just imagine walking thru the snow! Beautiful.

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  15. Tall lonely tree, bare, snow on the ground and your poem: wonderful symbiosis!

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  16. The photo is stunning. The tree soaring above the clouds makes it look like a giant -- somehow unearthly.

    You are so right about winter branches as fractals. I can hear your imagery.

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  17. Beautiful haiku and image. I love that you've brought to attention something (that awesome tree) that would normally go unnoticed. Thanks for sharing this.

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  18. I like the middle line - brings back the age old question - if a tree falls and no one's around to hear it, does it still fall?

    great tree image, the poem goes well with it,

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  19. This is so beautiful, especially with your haiku!

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  20. your words are so vivid that i can hear those twigs snap in the cold air.

    thank you so much for stepping up to keep the prompts coming! a very joyful thing for all of us:)

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  21. Your "impression" is beautiful, Andree! Yes I would like to be on the blogroll... Thanks for visiting me!

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  22. awesome... truly reflects what i see out my window..

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  23. Magnificent! I love the photo and the words and the thoughts behind both.

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  24. Your words created great imagery! Thanks.

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  25. What a lovely sight-one I could look at every day. Your haiku reminds me of a cold winter day in the north, the kind that make you think your fingers might even break off.

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  26. Very insightful. Beautiful shot, as always. The poetry completes the story. I've been fascinated by fractals even more since learning that the human brain is programmed to seek them out to achieve a feeling of completeness.

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  27. for lungs of the earth
    the cleansing breath of winter
    makes them visible

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  28. I really liked this . It is so pretty and such beautiful words.

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