The question is not what you look at, but what you see.
Henry David Thoreau
Beautiful photos and fantastic haiku ~ so true! Happy Weekend to youA ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
I think both of these shots were taken at Reid State Park, but the coast from us. It is a better place to walk and shoot birds than down here around Portland. You have a good weekend, too. It looks like a bit more snow tomorrw!
__ Coincedently, Kathy and I enjoyed a few hours walk along Nantasket Beach and Hull during that (February?) 72 centigrade day... we watched the birds and people on the sands and the rounded stones. __ Sandy, your grand photo and verse fit so well... and they urged this humble echo... of Kathy's and my jaunt. _min this surfwe watch the waves polishyears stone
I will bet you both enjoyed that! We only got to 70º, but it sure felt good.Isn't it something that the ocean can polish stones so quietly? Lovely haiku!
oh this is beautiful not only the photos but the haiku! love it.
Thanks! From your blog, I know you appreciate a good beach.
lovely photos and words
We are having nice weather here today. I wish I was walking on the beach!
I really like your poemand it is so true.
The same can be said for snow!
Hi Sandy! I am so happy to see you again!!!Your Haiku is perfect for your beautiful photos...loving it~Hugs
I thought you had gone offline. Saw you the other day on Magyar's blog.
Thanks! The haiku is an old one.
So lovely and so true. This is a wonderful haiku Sandy and perfect photos to go with it.😊 Hope you have a good week!😂