Though the waterfall ~ Fujiwara no Kinto Ceased its flowing long ago, And its sound is stilled, Yet, in name it ever flows, And in fame may yet be heard.
Patti invited bloggers to explore the movement of objects or people. Since it is a bit too hot this weekend to go on a photo walkabout, I wandered through some old files. I hope you enjoy.
This week’s lens-artists challenge offered by Patti (
P.A. Moed) is to move closer to the subject within a photograph.
A water puddle.
Cropping the water puddle invites an abstract image.
it falls without wind–
a single leaf.
to view additional images submitted for
Pete Rosos’ challenge or “to dig a new creative well and have fun while doing it” visit The Daily Post.
Haiku before Haiku
Initially posted in October, 2014
i like to wash,
the dust of this world
in the droplet of dew ~Basho
on the morning-glories
sitting still ~ Issa
initially posted on September 15, 2012
Nikon D750 f/5.6 1/2000s 150mm 720 ISO
Sony RX1003 f/5.6 1/2,000s 8.8mm 800 ISO
Water fountain image submitted in response to Jen’s (
Wits End Photography) weekly photo challenge: falling water
Even water could not live on– ~The Sarashin Diary (Diaries of Court Ladies of Old Japan) So lonesome is the mountain Of the leaf-scattering stormy wind.
Snowy Range… Nikon D750 f/5.6 1/3200s 145mm 2800 ISO
Patti at P.A. Moed to join this week’s lens-artists photo challenge: splash
Nikon D750 f/29 1/400s 85mm 12800 ISO
Isn’t it true that it’s not people who meet,
but rather the shadows cast by their imaginations?
~Pascal Mercier, Night Train to Lisbon