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Dave Keller ~ Wordless
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Today's post is for Wednesday and that means photographs, haiku and wordless ~ silence. All these blogs are creative in their own style. 52 Photos prompt was 'Where We Meet'. For family events we usually meet at my home, my brothers or I go to North Carolina where my son has settled into his new home. Here in MA we are always gathered something near the ocean. My haiku for Haiku Sensational is below and the prompt word was: 'landscape.' Once again the landscape most prevalent is the sea.
Thanks Carol! I will hookup with you on Magical Monday. Very nice haiku this week!ReplyDelete
Great photos and poetry.ReplyDelete
Your dog is adorable!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos and haiku!
In reference to the top photo: if a man cooks and nobody sees it, did he still cook?ReplyDelete
Your haiku describes the view so beautifully!ReplyDelete
-:¦:- Featured Photo: Red Admiral Butterfly -:¦:-
Oh to be able to view the water like that everyday! So lovely!ReplyDelete
sweet aquatic landscape haiku! and love the quote!ReplyDelete
Lots to be grateful for in your haiku.ReplyDelete
Your haiku are such a lovely celebration of the world around us.ReplyDelete
Really nice integration too!ReplyDelete
Have a great WW!
I love the dominant water element in your haiku - like a 'hydro haiku'... water, water everywhere...ReplyDelete
Wow, you sure are busy with so many memes/projects!ReplyDelete
Vista, view, see,,,,all what we are lucky to be able to do or have the sense od..ReplyDelete
I love the haiku.ReplyDelete
I love water and poetry so your blog is a hit! Thanks for visiting NanaHood. Come again real soon.ReplyDelete
i love that first photo--she looks so happy!ReplyDelete
Lovely ~~ :)ReplyDelete
Before Our Time
it must be lovely to gather by the ocean... :)ReplyDelete
What a great series of haiku! Very descriptive.ReplyDelete