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Ocean laughter

A torrent of wind

along the riverbank roars,

runs through the poplars,

whirlpools of ocean laughter,

the voice of a thousand leaves.

Poetry

Salvador Dali: Madrid, Architecture Et Peupliers (1922)

Huile sur carton gris, 62,9 x 47 cm

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Madrid, Architecture And Poplars (1922)
Oil on grey cardboard, 62,9 x 47 cm

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Collection Particulière

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Code: 0098
Année: 1922

Salvador Dali

We shall have music

These plain looking birds are brown thrashers, an adult and a juvenile. They are long-tailed birds, a little bigger than a robin. Brown thrashers are rather shy about letting themselves be seen in public, but they fill the air with beautiful song, especially in the mornings and evenings.  162 more words

Whimsy

Bigtooth Aspen Male Catkins

Aspens, cottonwoods, poplars – all are names for certain species of trees in the genus Populus. These trees, as well as birch, hickory, oak and willow trees, produce their flowers on spikes called catkins. 194 more words

Babbling Brook

I was delighted we explored a mini detour and stopped at this gorgeous spot alongside this babbling brook with its colourful poplar trees on our way to Bright in Victoria. 59 more words

Watercolor

Spring poplars

It’s Colleen Chesebro’s Tanka Tuesday again. This week’s theme words are Lead & Keep.

Poplar leaves tremble,

brisk spring wind blowing, boughs bend,

leaden river flows. 13 more words

Poetry

Word Press Weekly Photo Challenge: Dense

One of my favorite places on Skyline Drive is the poplars. I’ve blogged about them before (here). They are beautiful any time of the year but in the heart of summer a good description of them is dense.

Dawn M. Miller