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‘sleeping beauty’ #25 June 2013

Remember my haiga ‘euphorbia’ posted here a few weeks ago? To see it, please click here

The original photo was of my pond. Below left is another photo, taken in May last year. Then we had a terrible storm. On the 20th of June 2013, the winds raged round the pond, the garden, the whole city; the impact of this storm on my pond can be seen below right:

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needles, then trees
swirl round the pond —
eye of the storm

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sleeping beauty —
how the storm covered
your charms

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Happy Mindful Writing Day!

Here is my own  ‘smallstone’ of the day!

 

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here is the now — 

this smalls stone I hold

in my hand

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This is the first ever Mindful Writing Day; it is organised by Kaspa & Fiona at their blog Writing Our Way Home.
Visit them to read what the other ‘stoners’ are writing, and better still, email them your own stone!


	

‘summer epic’ #13 September 2012

summer epic —

a baobab tree

on the Southbank

southbank fabric tree

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NaHaiWriMo prompt: Mythology

62/100 Days of Summer

2nd annual 30 Days of Haiga, 19 Planets blog (Read Rick Daddario’s prose piece about his 14/30 Days of Haiga!)

Inspired by the fabric tree, part of the summer 2012 Festival of the World, Southbank Centre. Info about the fabric tree here

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‘heart and eyes’ #6 September 2012

heart and eyes –

how the soul seeks

compassion

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NaHaiWriMo prompt:  from fav song

57/100 Days of Summer

2nd Annual 30 Days of Haiga

From one of my very favorite arias: “Have mercy, my God,” St Matthew Passion, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPAiH9XhTHc

 

5 September 2012

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time check –

a few more berries

on the bush

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NaHaiWriMo prompt: joy(s)

56/100 Days of Summer

‘Roman steam bath’ #3 September 2012

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Roman steam bath the wall still beathing

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Kempten

 

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I took this picture Sunday, 2nd of September, during a visit to the Archaeological Park Cambodunum, in Kempten. The wall is from the Roman baths there.

NaHaiWriMo prompt: one-line haiku

54/100 Days of Summer

2nd Annual 30 Days of Haiga Challenge