The Poetry Of Photography

The Poetry Of Photography

Saturday December 3 2011

Blackcrowned night heron

This Post is in memory of a very good  friend Dave Lightfoot whom passed-on last night in London Ontario.

I will never forget you My Friend

slatcants forever

Gaba Gaba Heh

Doug Worrall

Dave Lightfoot

A photograph is more than just A gift to bring or send.
And more than just the likeness of
A relative or friend.

It is a kindly greeting and
A memory to hold.
Of happy times and pleasant things.
However new or old.

Hamilton Harbour Skyway Bridge

It is a mirror that reflects
Companionship and cheer.
And now and then the wistfulness
That turns into a tear.

Signet testing new gear

A photograph is something to
Adorn a desk or wall.
Or carry in a pocket and
Display to one and all.

Catching the breeze Hamilton

It is a faithful portrait
The smile that friendship shares
To add its sunshine and to show
That someone really cares.

Wildlife fish same area each day

Male Mallard

Great Blue Heron Hamilton Harbourfront Park

Sunset or Sunrise,

Which ever you be,
Are beautiful to see,
And such a mystery.

Sunrise August 2011

Orange, gold, and black,
Cars, trucks, and land,
Birds, water, and a bridge,
Make for a splendid scene.

Nature in all its glory,
In the sunset,
In the sunrise,
Don’t matter which one,
Don’t matter when.

Speeding train fast shutter

Photographer

Doug Worrall

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