I prefer winter and Fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape — the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show. ~Andrew Wyeth

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Poppies, a year and a half after the fire.










9 comments:

  1. ah that third pic is amazing...so cool how new life emerges in the after....

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  2. Natures comeback can be such a lovely thing!

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  3. Beautiful poppies. Great photos. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  4. Oh so glorious! Hard to think of fire as a boon, but lots of plants depend on the heat to help their seeds grow. Our poppies were rudely snowed upon this year and never really recovered. Poor timing. I am glad to see the beauty of your fire-scorched area coming back. Tina

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  5. Your Spring is beautiful. The colourful poppies are a wonderful contrast with the blackened trees.

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  6. yellow....never saw a field of them
    Red..glorious red...but never yellow
    very pretty

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  7. Kinda sentimental now. Guess people can be the same way. Get burned to what seems to be the end. But there's still hope; there's still goodness and life worth living underneath all that char. Have a super weekend.

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  8. The photos are wonderful with such amazing color and contrast! You should frame some...I always say that, don't I?! ;-)

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  9. I read where the fires can actually do good, they clear out debris & then there are seeds that only germinate after intense heat so new,new growth happens. Guess there really is a silver lining in the clouds!

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