still I see them
how they were…
bare winter trees ~Issa (cited: haikuguy.com)
Reposing: quiescent, quiet, still, hushed, rest, calm, tranquil, peaceful, untroubled
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“When you are a Bear of Very Little Brain, and you Think of Things, you find sometimes that a Thing which seemed very Thingish inside you is quite different when it gets out into the open and has other people looking at it.”
~A A Mille, Winnie-the Pooh
Image and quote submitted in response to Lost in Translation’s Pick a Word Challenge: Ursine
Sweet and sad
like love overwhelmed
with long sighs,
out of the depths of the willow
little by little
the moon appears.
I found myself drawn, not to this tree, but to the shadows playing upon its trunk. Image submitted in response to Lost in Translation’s photo challenge.
Women Poets of Japan
K Rexroth & I Atsumi
Street portraiture submitted to Lost in Translation’s photo challenge
I recently began reading online study guides that note the importance of emotion as well as composition elements of diagonals and leading lines within street photography…this image speaks to me of both.
This image taken from an “above” perspective is submitted in response to the theme “composition” by Lost in Translation
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The Fort Collins Municipal Railway operated streetcars in Ft Collins, Colorado from 1919 until 1951. The streetcar, Birney “Safety”, 21 is listed in the National Register of Historical Places and is currently operating during the spring and summer months.
submitted in response to Lost In Translation’s photo challenge
a pheasant’s cry –
resounding in the mountains
the voice of silence
the voice of silence…always there…waiting
Far Beyond the Field