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Thursday, February 22, 2018

beach haiku


spotted sandpiper
with each breath of the ocean
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15 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos and fantastic haiku ~ so true!

    Happy Weekend to you
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. 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!

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  2. __ 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. _m

    in this surf
    we watch the waves polish
    years stone

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    1. 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!

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  3. oh this is beautiful not only the photos but the haiku! love it.

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    1. Thanks! From your blog, I know you appreciate a good beach.

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    1. We are having nice weather here today. I wish I was walking on the beach!

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  5. I really like your poem
    and it is so true.

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  6. Hi Sandy! I am so happy to see you again!!!
    Your Haiku is perfect for your beautiful photos...loving it~

    Hugs

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    1. I thought you had gone offline. Saw you the other day on Magyar's blog.

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    1. Thanks! The haiku is an old one.

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  8. So lovely and so true. This is a wonderful haiku Sandy and perfect photos to go with it.😊

    Hope you have a good week!😂

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