The question is not what you look at, but what you see.
Henry David Thoreau
Great Haiku Sandy and I love the photo, too!!!Have a great evening 💮
Thanks! I hope the snow goes soon.
__ Sandy, I truly love the weave of this tree's pattern on the snow. Grand! _m deer mouseclimbs up this trees shadowsnow tracks
I didn't think of that! It probably did. I was on the porch when the mouse zoomed across the yard. We have lots more hawks here in town than when I lived in the country.
the thing i love about haiku is how simply beautiful they are This certainly is. This is a skill or talent I just can't master. Would love to see yours or Magyar's or Jan's... haiku on a photo I posted at my nature blog. Love the photo too.
You need to give it another try! It is easy to see that you observe nature. Just put down your thoughts. I start with what I want to say, then just keep paring it down to bare bones.
i will try again and again, and probably again, lol...
Gorgeous shadow shot and lovely haiku! Happy Day to you,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Well, that is one thing snow is good for! It makes a really nice background. I HDRed the shot to add some color.
Now that is a different sort of shadow shot!I love it!All the best Jan
I was more interested in the shadow than the tree. That is where I lost sight of the mouse. It never occurred to meth that the mouse could go up until Maygar mentioned it.
shadows evidence of suna welcome sight
My feelings exactly! Today is even brighter. I am glad to say we only got an inch of snow from nor'easter number 4.