Oak in Counterpoint

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The twisting, the turning in shadow,

hard as hard viewed soft in evanescent light,

meshed arms in counterpoint to the music of life,

and I smile.

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5 Responses to Oak in Counterpoint

  1. tootlepedal says:

    Well shot and well expressed.

  2. Makes me smile too! There’s something about the shape of trees, the interweaving dance of their branches that fills us with joy. You’ve captured it perfectly in these photos!

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