Saturday, July 19, 2014

Fields of Sunshine


i am walking through fields of sunshine
where love resides amidst tall grasses
and hope rises from yellow blooms


sadness no longer lives here
it flew away to distant shores
leaving a blue sky behind


all i hear is a bird's song
radiating notes of joy
across the land


a black and white world
shines brightly again
when touched by love


I went for a lovely nature walk on a beautiful and sunny summer day. I enjoyed taking photographs of the landscape and flowers in bloom. I had fun with black and white and color images, all of which inspired my poem. I was able to capture a picture of a bird, which makes me happy, as he was about to fly away! If anyone recognizes the bird, let me know the name. Wishing everyone a peaceful and wonderful weekend! xx
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28 comments:

  1. Cara Loredana,grazie di queste belle immagini e delle belle parole che ci offri.Ti auguro un bel fine settimana ! Il caldo è arrivato e le giornate sono lunghissime...una meraviglia per coltivare nuovi sogni....Un abbraccio,Rita.

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  2. Loredana, I love your nature poem and all the images.. Sounds like you had a lovely walk. Enjoy your weekend!

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  3. nice...i love me some nature...in color or black n white....b&w brings out the textures....that is pretty much my back yard...but i love some concrete too...once we nail down the days we will be in NYC next week will let you know...we leave for PA tomorrow morning...woot!

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  4. I love colors of summer specially the fields of sunshine ~ Thanks for the lovely pictures ~

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  5. Brought through life with a little color, each has their own distinct look indeed

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  6. What a beautiful walk this must have been, Loredana.
    Thank you for taking us along with you!

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  7. Very lovely walk in the beautiful countryside! I can see why it would inspire your pretty poem. xo Karen

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  8. Yes, a lovely place to walk and take photos. The bird is an American Robin. :)

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    1. Thank you for letting me know! :)

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    2. They're called robins in Canada too, smiles. Loredana, this poem lifted my heart - the fields of sunshine, the hope rising from yellow blooms, the sadness flown away......just lovely and uplifting.

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  9. Oh, yes, an American robin. This is my state's state bird, the most common bird we see around here all summer. I do think it is wonderful when one can take a photo of a bird, as so often they fly away before the 'click.' Beautiful flower photos too, Loredana. And a black and white world turned colorful by love - yes, that rings true. Smiles.

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  10. I enjoyed your walk too! Thanks for a beautiful share.
    ZQ

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  11. lovely lines and beautiful images...

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  12. Thank you for letting us take a beautiful walk with you...the words and images made me feel as if I was there. Lovely. :)

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  13. Touched by love...
    Amazing...
    Such a beatiful thoughtful walk!

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  14. Thank you for offering this walk. I enjoyed walking with you--a sane and beautiful moment away from the madness.

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  15. pretty images and lovely poem.

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  16. I thoroughly enjoyed strolling amongst the fields and flowers with you Loredana, your poetry humming along the way. Beautiful offering m'dear! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  17. Poetry and photography who could want more, loved the last shot really nice colour.

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  18. Lovely write complimenting beautiful pictures. :)

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  19. I haven't written anything new but I am here to comment :). Beautiful verse, beautiful scenery in your photographs. Loved this summery delightful piece. I smell sunflowers and daffodils and fresh morning dew in your words. Fabulous.

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  20. Thank you for all the lovely comments on this post! :)

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