Frozen Cascades

Sky-bound cloud castles
shedding saltless tears of joy
on moving snowscapes.

Featured image:  Blurred Trees and Frozen Tears, iPhone 5S, HDR settings, captured on March 1st, 2018.


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  1. Nothing like a little midnight soul writing 😉. Your words paint a pretty little picture, to go perfectly with the gorgeous photo.

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    1. I wrote the words on the train a few days back when I captured the photo. I am glad you like the ensemble 😊 Have a beautiful day, Irish Dream Walker

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      1. You are smiling, my work here is done 😄.
        Hope you’re day is beautiful too, and restful 💕

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        1. Thank you! Right back at you

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  2. ivor20 says:

    A glorious piece and the your second line is superb.
    “shedding saltless tears of joy”

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    1. Thank you, Ivor 🤗 I am glad you liked it. I read your poem too and commented. “Liquid Joy” is a beautiful expression.


  3. Singledust says:

    ephemeral moment cast in stone, i like the allusion to something ahead of us just out of reach.

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    1. Like the raging cold weather storm on the other side of the glass pane.

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      1. Singledust says:

        you captured it so well! I take the trains often and love to be enveloped in a dream world as it travels the tracks. Recenlt i was fotunate to atch a fantastic rainstorm as we hurtled through the city. beautiful exposition of your view.


  4. Diana says:

    Magnificent; I was hoping you might feature a blurred wet window photograph soon. The type of image I would hang on the wall and admire often ❤

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    1. What praise you send my way regarding that picture. I was just in the right place at the right time. Such a cold snow storm is actually quite a rare sight in the area.

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  5. The picture.❤️❤️

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    1. 🤗❤️ Aw!! Thank you! I am so happy it pleases you!


  6. Nimble use of words 🙂 Very apt.

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