Nature. A Photography and Poetry Prompt.

Nature. A Photography and Poetry Prompt.

Following my Sunday Photo image last weekend, I realised that, coincidentally, this week’s photography and poetry prompt is the word ‘Nature’. Of course, this can take on many forms – be it human or otherwise!

So, I have decided this week to share a few of images of nature at it’s finest. The first is the closest photo I managed to take of a bumble bee in the gardens of Amchara. Then, there is the stark reminder that even though summer is here, Christmas tree farms flourish as nature continues to thrive all year round. Finally, one I took of probably my favourite butterfly I have ever had the pleasure of seeing.

Following on from my images, I have written an acrostic poem about the nature of humans. I believe that it is self-explanatory.

Thank you for looking and reading x

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Nature, it reaps just what it has sowed
As family help to carry the load
Trying so hard through all of our life
Upward and onward through trouble and strife
Remember though life is full of it’s trials
Everything’s better with laughter and smiles

Victoria Welton 8th July 2015



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  1. July 11, 2015 / 10:38 am

    Just wonderful. A short sweet poem that says such a lot and I’m rather envious of your peacock butterfly, a favourite of mine too but none yet in my garden. Love the busy bee too 🙂 xox

  2. July 9, 2015 / 11:28 am

    These are stunning photos! Lovely that you got so up close with nature; we’re sometimes so busy and so preoccupied with others things that we forget to notice the little flutters that they make among us. Your poem,albeit short, speaks volumes about the resilience of human nature. A reminder that through hardships come rewards and smiles as well. Thank you for hosting this week’s #Prose4T. Always such a pleasure to be a part of such great pieces weekly. Have a lovely Thursday!
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