brokeh thoughts bay water’s sun dance food is scarce Today’s Daily Post photo challenge is the Rule of Thirds. Shooting in thirds adds a symbolic quality to the composition. I hope your imagination can soak in the relationship in each of these shots.
thatched twig bundle winter’s shivering blanket dawning spring’s song **** Haiku: The traditional Japanese haiku consists of three lines. The first line contains five syllables, the second line contains seven, and the last line five. The traditional subject-matter is a description of a location, natural phenomona, wildlife, or a common everyday occurrence. The haiku seeks to capture the qualities of experiencingContinue reading “Hopeful For Spring #atozchallenge #photography #haiku”
winter’s harshness dealt a blow today one you will never feel or know but for the life of one frail bird struggling to survive it took the wind from beneath her wings her song swallowed she did her best resolved she used her two feet to get her to a place where she could layContinue reading “Battle with Winter #winter #poetry #photography”
Perched on life’s branch Wind buffets about your wings Confident you hold *** Confident you hold waves crest in foamy anger storms don’t last forever Today the prompt for Carpe Diem is Fortitude. For July, Kristjaan is pulling inspiration from the book “Manuscript found in Accra” by Paulo Coelho. I was inspired by a bird who duringContinue reading “Holding On #haiku #photography”
Do you (in love) fly too close to the sun only to melt in disappointment?
“Hope” is the thing with feathers BY EMILY DICKINSON “Hope” is the thing with feathers – That perches in the soul – And sings the tune without the words – And never stops – at all – And sweetest – in the Gale – is heard – And sore must be the storm – ThatContinue reading “Inspired By Emily #atozchallenge #poetry #photography #homeless #napowrimo”
The last songs of fall can be the most beautiful
Freedom takes on many characteristics. Sometimes we are the most free when we have nothing.