Day-7 Nature Photo by a Lazy Poet who Writes Haiku

Today is my last of seven posts for the Nature Photo Challenge, began by Ulli, and passed to me by the lovely  Amy. It coincides with my regular Thursday haiku, which I try to write based on the natural world, in the true spirit of haiku, so it made sense to combine the two.
Thanks to Amy, Ulli and my friends for joining in. If you want to take part in the challenge please run with it and enjoy!


The Sycamore moth

a bold and fluffy surprise

gift of prickly heat


19 thoughts on “Day-7 Nature Photo by a Lazy Poet who Writes Haiku

  1. You had me grinning my head off at the title before I ever got to the post, Gilly! And then, POW! I love it!!! 🙂 Fabulous shot and prickly haiku- what more could I want? Happy Thursday, darlin! I hesitate to invite you over to the ‘dark side’ with me today 🙂 🙂

  2. Why stop at 7 days? I too have thoroughly enjoyed the diversity of your series, and this creature is a visual darling, although it sounds as if you might not want to get up close. You’ve captured every filament.

  3. Such a beautiful haiku for the gorgeous little caterpillar of the Sycamore moth Gilly. Great shot of it. 😀

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