Sunday, April 5, 2015

marks in landscape

 hidden texts 
 colors emerging
 two geese 
 and marks morph and change
 a maker's mark on 
an enamel pan
 a maker's mark
on the fenceline
 copper marks.
 and then there was 
new snow
and temperatures falling 30 degrees
 iced grapevines marking place
barbed marks, 
in today's sunshine.
i made some soup.
it's good.


Judy Martin said...

I love the very idea of marks in a landscape. I think that those of us who live close to nature can't help but bring the many marks that surround us into our work.

It looks as if you are doing a blog clean up - your side bar has changed hasn't it?


Velma Bolyard said...

judy, yes, those amazing marks and how we try to make ones as beautiful. cleaning up some, yep.

aimee said...

SOUP!!!!! looks delicious. wonderful way to close the images (and new cold).

Liz Ackert said...

I am probably repeating myself, but good words bear repeating. Your photo images, the colors and composition of them, and your eco-prints are so beautiful in their subtlety.
Thank you for the time and thought that goes into the sharing of them. I hope that our paths may cross in the real world some day ...

Velma Bolyard said...

aimee, that was good soup, and after years of no soupmaking it was all eaten up in two meals!
liz, your words are so special. thank you. who knows, our paths may cross sooner than we imagine!

Anonymous said...

I love the conversations between you and nature.

Velma Bolyard said...

hs, that sounds so nice...

Barry said...

Hi V - love the colours emerging - and the soup has to be good when it is cold. B

Velma Bolyard said...

barry, i'm not much of a cook--the soup was amazingly good.

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