.

on a
porch
of gray brick
.
sits a
brown
weathered bench
.
holding this
days treasure
.
a simple cream rock
a curving crimson twig

29 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

The rock looks great. The header works a treat too

Kylie said...

Beautiful treasures Elk... I'd be displaying them too :) Kx

Tracy said...

Your moments in time shared always move me, Elk... I really love all the textures here--lost in them. :o) Due to some family matters, I will be needing to take an unexpected break, which I will posting about today. Happy Days, my friend ((HUGS))

becky at abbeystyle said...

O, the wonders of this life!!! You have a great eye for worldly treasures.

Mrs. E said...

You never fail to please this eye! *sigh* *blissful sigh*

SE'LAH... said...

exhaling....loving the first shot especially. you have such an eye.

Marcus Goodyear said...

This post reminds me of William Carlos Williams. He said, "No ideas but in things." I like the twig pic especially.

S. Etole said...

simply elegant and timely ...

patty said...

love the top shot, especially... all the textures and shapes. great photo!

Laura said...

Beautiful! I love your header too.Everything looks so clean around here!

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Gayle said...

I love, love, love these!

Kimmie said...

rounded and curving interruptions to a bricked and boarded setting

margie said...

you are killing me lately. did you run off to some fancy art college? and come back full of ideas and great creations? without telling us? one word. wow. lately your stuff is just wow. shouldn't call it stuff but you know what i mean.

neva gagliano said...

beautiful elk, captured tenderly in poem and photos

Becky Shander said...

These photos are simple...yet stunning. And your few words speak volumes - a fine example of how less can be more.

Marie said...

Jli graphisme dans la photo du haut.

Shona Cole said...

simple. beautiful.

Oliag said...

You know how to do simple so well elk...

suvarna mollerup said...

lovely textures and twiggy goodness :-)
xo

Caroline said...

Yes, I love that header! And I love the flow of words and photos... ;)

Char said...

beautiful words - poetry

love the shots

maccandace said...

Such lovely photos from such simple objects.

Anonymous said...

beatiful. :)Maile

rivergardenstudio said...

I just have to say here that your poem of the weathered bench, "holding this days treasre" is very moving to me and your images again are beautiful. roxanne

rachel awes said...

oh, to really
see
what is
in front of us,
inside of us...
so beautiful,
dear one!xo

mrs mediocrity said...

yes. treasures. beautiful.

Kim Klassen said...

oh your sweet flow... of words... just sooth my soul.... and such beautiful images....

xxo, kim

Relyn said...

See what I mean about the poem posts?