Category: Landscape

Poetry by Laura Ding-Edwards

The Mountain Poem If the mountain seems too big today then climb a hill instead if the morning brings you sadness it’s okay to stay in bed if the day ahead weighs heavy and your plans feel like a curse there’s no shame in re-arranging don’t make yourself feel worse if a shower stings like …

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June Thaw

Photography takes an instant out of time altering life by holding it still. ~ Dorothea Lange Snow on a mountain in June? This scene in Yellowstone National Park captivated me when I visited there this past summer. As the snow melted, a black and white landscape unfolded. It looked like a ink drawing. The storm …

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I wish that all of nature’s magnificence, the emotions of the land, the living energy of the place could be photographed. ~ Annie Leibovitz I could spend the rest of my life at Yellowstone National Park and never capture every magnificent scene. But It sure would be fun trying! Joe and I vacationed there in …

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Paint Brush of Time

pastel stone, water

Its beautiful tints were beyond the reach of human art. ~ 19th Century Painter Thomas Moran Grandiose, breathtaking, awe-inspiring! These words came to mind when I visited the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. I loved the juxtaposition of the Upper and Lower Falls and multi-colored stone walls. For thousands of years, the chemistry of the …

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