Thursday, March 23, 2006

beaver pond thaw


Blogger Sky said...

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

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 :)

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.

Blogger Mary said...

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

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.

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.

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?

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 :)


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