This week Patti at P.A. Moed invited photographers to “look up” and share what we see..I saw a smiling face. What do you see?
Meeting on the path:
But I cannot clearly know
If it was he,
Because the midnight moon
In a cloud had disappeared
~ Lady Murasaki Shikibu
Image and tanka submitted response to the lens-artists challenge (Travels and Trifles): path
Fallen to the ground
like those words of old –
glowing leaves ~Inko
Amy (The World is a Book) invites us to share our interpretation of “small is beautiful.” Inko’s words tells me how the small messengers of autumn’s soon arrival are beautiful gifts celebrated today as well as long, long ago.
a mountain monk peeks
through a fence
~Issa (cited: http://www.haikuguy.com)
This week lens-artists invited us to share our favorite fence images. While the images above are not my “favorite,” the sign did bring a smile.
I had to go back a number of “blog” years to find three of my favorite fences.
This week’s photo challenge is offered by Patti at P.A. Mood who challenges us to “freeze in action” nature, people, objects, or animals on the move. Or, she notes “halting” the movements within the sky, or on land, the playing field, or a busy street.
Here is a moment of two young boys interacting with water spouts.
visit Travels and Trifles to join Tina’s photo challenge: colorful
While on a recent camping trip, we stopped in Walden, Colorado for a bit to eat at the Moose Creek Cafe. Eating…an everyday moment…at home or on the road.
Hop on over to The World is a Book to join this weekly photo challenge.
lens-artist challenge: blue
Image submitted in response to The World is a Book: time to relax