Posted by Carol Page-Potter
For some reason, this tree frozen in the ice reminded me of various representations of the Loch Ness Monster. I also thought the reflection of the tree in the ice was unique and not something you see very often.
Posted on March 7, 2012, in Portraits of Trees and tagged Loch Ness Monster, Reflections, Sea Monsters, Trees. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
frost of morning
has captured the dragon
and all the forest trees bend to see
such a sight frozen in the loch.
was daylight that rose
from the stone edged path
to give her such beauty
that soon will be gone
between sun and tide.
thank you earth
thank you sea
thank you woman in the midst.
Michael, I LOVE this! Thank you.
Stunning. Very monsterish, indeed.
Right up your alley Ryan! 🙂
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