|For 52 Photo Projects|
Welcome to our blog where we view life from the eyes of an artist's soul and explore how creativity can enhance the inner spirit.
This post being for Wednesday means we are exploring blogs of photographers, favorite photos, poets and silence ~ silence being a Wordless Wednesday blog. We have added one on Tuesday and will start here.
Tones on Tuesday ~ altering photography ~ creative and welcoming.
52 Photo Projects ~ prompt was to do a photo in black and white. The above photo is my choice for this prompt. Despite having ArtMuse Dog with me on the beach these two pigeons didn't budge and she didn't bother them. I was able to get two shots that I like. The other one is below.
Haiku Sensational ~ word prompt for haiku was 'universal'. At this blog it is a 5-7-5 style and universal didn't leave much room. Yet I was able to write three haiku which are below.
wind, rain,sun,snow, sleet
some no snow, sleet there.
love, universal to all
many choices to mate.
possible, hopeful, wishful
maybe someday all.
Beautiful birds!! Your lens must be nice - it even picked up the subtle colors in their feathers.ReplyDelete
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Good shot of the pigeons. I like that top shot, too.. something timeless about it.ReplyDelete
Lovely hopes in the haiku.ReplyDelete
that is a wonderful close shot of the happy birdsReplyDelete
sounds like a magical day
Looks like a gorgeous sunny day!ReplyDelete
You made pigeons look wonderful! Great haiku, espec. the last....ReplyDelete
universal dreams of peace! thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Hard to say which picture I love more ...ReplyDelete
Lovely shot of the pigeons. Pigeons often get a bad rap, but I think they're such pretty, innocent birds. Have a super day! :)ReplyDelete
love this images. I bow to you xoReplyDelete
Love the third haiku. Maybe ... some day!ReplyDelete
Love the birds! The top shot looks so barren to me!ReplyDelete
Love that last haiku with universal peace!ReplyDelete
that's a beautiful b&w shot. glad the birds cooperated with you! (to answer your question from my blog--no, you do not have to ask permission to take pictures of strangers in NY :) thanks for stopping by.ReplyDelete
The second haiku makes me wonder about how many possible soul mates are out there?? Love your photo!ReplyDelete