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Sunday, October 22, 2017

autumn haiku, apples



a trail winds
through the tall grass~
autumn apples

20 comments:

  1. Sandy, I always love your Haikus and this photo compliments it beautifully ­čŹÄ

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    1. That tree is actually in the pond behind our house. Most of the year, it is surrounded by water. The deer can get to it now, though.

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  2. Lovely haiku, Sandy, and image radiating autumn!

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    1. It is probably my last autumn photo. We are getting heavy rain and high winds today. The leaves are flying.

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  3. __ Nice Sandy, your Autumnal meld of colors within those trail winds, of sight and sound; and now here, the bog-float. _m

    yellow leaves
    float on these cranberry bogs
    the unions

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    1. What an image your haiku produces in my mind! Thanks so much!

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    2. __ Just those contrary shades, that graceful union of seasonal color... eye thought. Thanks Sandy.

      seasons shades
      that timely paint this change
      eye thought

      _m

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  4. The essence of fall in words and photo, Sandy. That autumn light is wonderful.

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    1. The color isn't so bright this year, but the light has extraordinary. Another reason to love autumn!

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  5. lovely photos, especially the rainbow

    a hawk flying
    toward a rainbow
    i follow his flight

    Adelaide

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    1. Thanks! It was an unusual rainbow, that is for sure.

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  6. love autumn apples, your haiku and photo. I run across crabapple trees here in the mountains and for some reason they just make me feel good to look at them.

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    1. Same here! I am sure this tree ended up in the pond because of birds or other wildlife. I like that it belongs to them.

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    1. Thanks! The shimmering cattails in this photo made really nice bokeh.

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  8. Lovely photo and perfect words.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks, Jan! The haiku and photo turned out to be a good pairing in this haiga.

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  9. so much said with a few words and a lovely image.
    i can imagine a trail winds to the tree, everyone loves apples.
    Thanks for enjoying my art today.

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