Nature's flowers- Man's words.

© Peter W. Marks

Nature's flowers- Man's words.

Uploaded: January 05, 2014


Peter W. Marks January 05, 2014

A quote of F. Scott-Fitzgerald's words to his wife Zelda. This
This slate sits in a woodland walk at Carnglaze Slate mine near Liskeard, Cornwall.
My intentions with this image was to capture those beautiful words framed by Nature's equally beautiful but modest wild flowers.
I invite you my friends to image you are standing there without your camera, just thinking on a loved one past or present. #1558323

Elaine Hessler January 05, 2014

Very beautiful Peter:) #10938211

Beth Spencer January 05, 2014

I believe your intentions were caught perfectly!! I can imagine standing there and believe it would be a very powerful feeling! #10938281

Rita K. Connell level-classic January 06, 2014

what a beautiful saying...I did exactly as I was told. #10938831

Dale Hardin January 06, 2014

Beautiful statement Peter. #10939061

Jeff E Jensen January 06, 2014

Nice! #10939338

Michael Kelly level-deluxe January 11, 2014

Wonderful sentiment. #10943166

Debbie E. Payne January 14, 2014

At first glance I thought to myself....."Wow, Peter is dabbling in word art. And then I came to my senses. The handwriting looks like someone who might be "in love" for the first time. Very compelling. And such a pretty place for such a strong, heartfelt sentiment. Nice capture, Peter -- being in the right place at the right time! #10946845

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