not alone hunting for evidence
The photo for this haiga was taken in Diessen am Ammersee, December 2014.
Photo: 29 November 2014 in Augsburg. First Advent, the Engelspiel, at the marketplace.
There is a video of this event (Engelspiel) from previous years here
Also a description of the Christmas market, or Christkindlesmarkt, as it is called, here
St Martin-in-the-Fields lunchtime concerts are a treat! Check them out here
NaHaiWriMo prompt: incognito
a little blunter
Photo: In the Public Gardens, Bad Woerishofen, ‘the secret capital of Health.’
for a moment the door
I took this photo on a walk round Lake Schliersee, in the Bavarian Alps. Beautiful lake!
the meadow’s hot and wild
NaHaiWriMo prompt: heat up
Photo: walking by the Schmutter in Fischach, Schwabia.
golden ratio –
songs and salvia wafting
through the cool air
NaHaiWriMo prompt: golden
Photo: International Augsburg Jazz Summer, Botanic Gardens, Augsburg, 2014.
What an exciting month December has been! And it is only the 4th of the month!
The Haiku Foundation’s Per Diem: Daily Haiku, a feature I project manage, is scaling new heights this month. Michael McClintock, in his collection “31 Ways of Looking at a Mountain” is taking us for a mountain hike. Each day a new view here
The Haiku Foundation Fundraising campaign is continuing up to the 6th of December with a number of releases of new material and features. On the 3rd, the new social media account on Pinterest was rolled out. I am pleased to have played a part in this one.
Then there is a new haiga by Jim Kacian, a new digital library interface… there is an endless stream of enthusiasm and creativity coming out of the The Haiku Foundation. And the fundraiser releases continue for three more days!
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