haiku, humor, photography, seasons

Glory in Gold and Silver

October |Bright sun and cool air; |azure skies and pumpkin pies. |Leaves fall in glory. Silver Savior |The crowning glory |of our civilization |is, of course, duct tape. Glory ~ Pic and a Word Challenge #334 – Gray button (upper left corner) reveals widgets, – – above post (on phone) or beside it (on desktop). […]

haiga, haiku, photography

Sunny Day at Niagara Falls

Wet thunder booms as water sweeps itself away. A rainbow lingers. Photo of Iguazu Falls © Marcio Chagas | Unsplash (Image has been cropped.) My haiku was inspired by the contrast between loud rushing water and a silent steady rainbow, as pondered by Boris Glikman in a prose poem about a visit to Niagara Falls.  […]

haiga, haiku, photography

Shells on a Sandy Beach

A crab lived and died. Empty claws and carapace sing an elegy. Photo © Patrick Jennings | Carapace and Claw Click on the link in the photo credit to read the photographer’s own poem inspired by the fine image. – Gray button (upper left corner) reveals widgets, – – above post (on phone) or beside […]

flowers, photography

Rondo con Chiaroscuro

With less dynamic range than my eye, my camera exaggerated the chiaroscuro in the images posted here.  But not too much.  With a nod to a common way to describe tempo in musical scores, I began drafting this post with the title [Chiaroscuro Ma Non Troppo].  Then I noticed a closer connection to music.  My sequence of images is a visual rondo.