This weeks Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge is to find our muse. Although I love nature, countryside, flowers and macros. I think the most reoccurring theme in my photos is to find patterns and shapes in nature. Its the first thing I see , its the one aspect of my photography that I really feel comfortable with.
On the flimsiest of paper
I write from my heart
As a gun shot pieces the air
We met only briefly
But we each knew our heart
A wounded soldier cries
Our dreams for the future
Briefly built in our hearts
My companion alongside sighs then dies
The world is on fire
Like the passion of two hearts
The canon flash lights up the night
If these lines ever reach you
Then it’s the last beat of my heart
The quietening of a drum
You lightened my life, if only briefly
But now a bullet has separated our hearts
I slip into a long sleep
I feel the warmth of your kiss
The beat of your heart
Time to move on now with just one heart.
The theme of the challenge this week is ROY G.BIV. – the colours of the rainbow. red, orange. yellow. green blue indigo and violet. This photo was taken at Bickleigh Mill in Devon.
My first entry for the challenge set by Sunday Stills Photography. The flowers are heather in the foreground and a range of cyclamen behind them.
This week’s Photo Challenge is Off -Season.
This rose was caught with a very unseasonal frost, an unfortunate product of living on the high moors!