Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku England’s deep south west reaching wide around Lyme bay with ripe spring pastures AdvertisementRate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on April 28, 2016April 27, 2016 Posted in England, haiku, TravelTagged England, Haiku, Lazy Poets Thursday Haiku, Photography, travel
16 thoughts on “Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku”
wow are the layers here gorgeous – what a green and majestic place
(It can’t be Thursday already?) Talk about a “green and pleasant land” – you’ve really photographed the heart of it. “Deep”, “wide” and “ripe” indeed.
Thanks honey, enjoy your trip, don’t forget your camera 😉
Not a winking matter! I was crossing the bridge en route out of Warsaw on a day trip to visit a skansen I’d long been eager to see, and I realised my camera hadn’t been charged. I tell you I was careful about what I photographed that day, and it died just as I reached a wonderful wooden church.
Aargh – I hate moments like that….you’ll just have to go back to that church, Meg 😳
It forced me into verbal description and then I snaffled an image from the internet. See how I did!
Well done you!
Ah, Lyme Bay!
Luscious layers of green here Gilly. Lovely patchwork.
A painterly photograph. Lush greens, so varied. Spring in Lyme Bay looks perfect.
Exceedingly lovely imagery and language choices, Gilly. I especially like “ripe spring pastures.”
Stunning image, Gilly. Love the haiku. Perfect! 🙂
I can’t imagine facing this huge, hilly, greenery field is like… Breathtaking!
Such lovely lush scenery, it is like a patchwork quilt Gilly and a delightful haiku
Green and gorgeous