Sunday, 16 August 2009

Copse

COPSE

–noun
a thicket of small trees or bushes; a small wood.



Copse in bloom
Strangling the wharf.
Purple shade

13 comments:

anthonynorth said...

That a beautiful photo and the words compliment it perfectly.

Greyscale Territory said...

Love the density of all the plants huddling by the water's edge! "Strangling" becomes a powerful heartland!

gautami tripathy said...

Copse in bloom..

I can see that!

feasting in that crescent-shaped cove

Pam said...

What a beautiful choking out of light. I was inspired to write about something similar. I love the unexpected color in the third line.

Leo said...

brilliant pic! nice photoshop work! :)

Poetikat said...

I love that "strangling the wharf". Really nice.

Kat

Sweetest in the Gale said...

I agree that "strangling the wharf" was such a wonderful choice of words. Beautiful! (and the photo, too)

SandyCarlson said...

Oh, that is absolutely perfect. Beauty must feast on something! Always a price.

Jim said...

Nature to be tamed. Blossoms getting out of hand. My golf ball's in there!
I do think there are snakes in there too. You can keep the golf ball.
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The Dark Lord said...

Ah, refreshing! A full bloom of nature's creativity, with all the natural vivid colourfulness! Beautiful!

Tumblewords: said...

Exquisite!

DeLi said...

i imagine myself in that place, feet on the stream and loving every beautiful moment of it

gabrielle said...

profusion of high summer. could feel the thickness of it.