A Rare Nectar


A lotus gem pool

springs sweetly, an offering

in return for growth


(Again, click for larger. It’s the edge of a new-grown peach leaf – they don’t seem to exude nectar for more than a day or two, just at this one point in their growth)

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3 Responses to A Rare Nectar

  1. Ah, that’s one of the best so far. Eye of a newborn.

  2. walt says:

    Liquid ch’i, right there!

  3. Cathy says:

    These photos are so lovely.. I think a see a wee wisp of spider web at the top . . . maybe just a tiny strand of nectar. Your pixes make me impatient for Spring. We’re just starting here in northwest Ohio.

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