Post Format The Cadence of Song March 4, 2019 24 comments The cadence of song saw its pinkish-purple notes and yellow hues while sweet nectar was just icing on the cake The Cadence of Song … Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2019 Share this:ShareTwitterFacebookEmailPinterestRedditLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
An outstanding post and image, loving it!
Thank you, SFL! I wanted to have this one as one of the ones that we enlarged for display in our house but my wife didn’t like its “dark background.” 🙂
the dark contrast gives it the perfect punch!
That’s what i told her… but… 🙂
Love the way you engage the senses.
Thanks, Paul, from this wilting flower. 🙂
Thanks much, Jazz! 🙂 It’s definitely from warmer times.
Beautiful composition Tom!
Thank you, Marcela! Keep your camera snappin’! 🙂
Beautiful image and poem!
Thanks, Eilene! Marla, my wife, says it’s (i.e., the background) is too dark. 🙂
So beautiful – both the photo and the words
Thank you, Carol! 🙂 Cold and wintery here now!
you’re very welcome – yes winter is hanging on here as well, but today it is mild and sunny
Very inspiring Tom – warm thoughts and a colorful image – the best is yet to come, right?
If a new ice age doesn’t begin… yes! 🙂 Tried to feed Canada Geese some granola bars — who looked hungry on the frozen river — but apparently, Kelloggs isn’t their brand. 🙂
Those Canucks are picky, picky, picky aren’t they? I feel badly seeing those waterfowl on the frozen river. We may have some relief in sight on the weekend for them – us too.
Yes… it’s so very tough for them, especially with worsening environmental conditions due to man.
Gorgeous post, Tom! I’m glad you’re back and am hoping things are progressing well!
Slowly but surely they are, though Marla fell a couple of days ago and bruised up her face bad. She’s healing though.
Wow, stunning, Tom!
Thank you, Donna! 🙂 My wife, Marla, didn’t like it for a possible wall-mounted version, saying that the background is too dark.