Thursday, March 23, 2006




beaver pond thaw

8 Comments:

Blogger Sky said...

this photograph is extraordinarily beautiful. are you the photographer? i love this blog. :)

03:16  
Blogger Gemma Grace said...

Hello Sky ~ Thank you! Yes, I took the picture a couple of days ago after a few dark days of soul searching. It was an absolutely beautiful, crisp, bright, envigorating day and the happenstance discovery of this beaver pond left me feeling deeply refreshed :)

14:19  
Blogger Joy Des Jardins said...

Gemma, this really is beautiful. So crisp and fresh. I can almost hear that gorgeous blue water flowing. Great picture.

17:39  
Blogger Mary said...

Yes, this is lovely, Gemma. How healing nature can be. I am glad it was for you on this occasion.

15:12  
Blogger herhimnbryn said...

Oh, I can see that this must have lifted your spirits. You have such a great 'eye' for taking photographs. I could almost smell the air.
Thankyou for sharing.

02:13  
Anonymous Wandering Willow said...

Does this mean that Spring will actually truly show up again this year???? It's always such an unexpected miracle, every year.

15:25  
Blogger MB said...

Gemma, this is a wonderful photo. And I enjoyed the dark terseness of your poem.

PMS136 is a beautiful light golden orange color... is that the significance of your blog address?

13:36  
Blogger Gemma Grace said...

Thank you all for your warm and encouraging comments. I so appreciate each and every one of you!

Willow ~ spring arrived in Southern Ontario at least 3 weeks ahead of schedule! Our usual March 'lion' storm pretty much by-passed us save for one windy dark dramatic night.

MB ~ That is so funny about the PMS colour! I never connected the two (address and colour of my little icon) together. Coincidence? Hmmmm. Makes you wonder, eh? LOL Actually, PMS are my initals and 136 is just a number that holds some wishful meaning for me. And, yes, I've heard lots and lots of jokes about my initials :)

20:40  

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