Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku Heading for the hills curling and whirling in flight keen to be away AdvertisementRate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on September 29, 2016September 28, 2016 Posted in haiku, PhotographyTagged Lazy Poets Thursday Haiku, Photography
22 thoughts on “Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku”
what interesting sculptures! it’s hard to know their size. these could well be small, and you are capturing them as close-ups, or they could be huge, captured with a wide angle lens. my guess is that they are large.
what’s the story here? thanks for sharing.
So much bursting energy in those few words, Gilly, and a perfect accompanying image.
Have a look at today’s photo Kris it might help to make sense 🙂
well, it turns out they are quite a bit smaller than I expected. very cool!
They look like they are going to walk off the hillside. I can feel the movement
Beautiful shapes, and a great encapsulation of mood in your words. Barcelona buzz faded yet?
Very perceptive Meg 😉 not that I would expect anything else. Still go bit of buzz, must post some more photos. Hope all’s well in your world? hugs G 🙂
Flat out and worn out – but fine thank you. I’ve had to cut out the blogging world to accommodate that other world. I’ll be back soon.
Fascinating installation. What are they supposed to represent? Windmills?
Birds and dragonflies Paula, I’ve posted another photo today 🙂
I like the haiku. The sculptures are interesting too. Although I’m not completely sure what some of them are, I think I may have recognized a bird or two and perhaps a couple of dragonflies. 🙂
I’ve posted another photo today that might make it clearer. Glad you like the haiku, thank you 🙂
Super interesting, but what is it?
You’ll see today Tess 🙂
Haha. I’m sometimes so slow. Got it now–the day after. Your photos are always interesting and sometimes challenging but in a great way. ❤
A man makes dragonflies (and other wicker work objects) in the market in Ludlow. I always meant to buy a couple for my garden but forgot and even though I drove through there on Monday I forgot again! Still, I’m not sure they would survive the damp and wind up here. I do love your Haiku, it has a lovely flow to it.
Thanks honey I wish I’d bought some for a friends birthday. I made a life sized willow heron once and it lasted by my pond for about five years. It’s okay I’d rather a natural thing returning to earth than some alternatives. Hope you have the sunshine I have here? 🙂
I did buy a couple of chickens 🙂
I understand that the sculptures are supposed to be birds, but (maybe it’s my age) they make me think of the old WWII airplanes.
Indeed they look like they will fly away any moment. 🙂
Fantastic flying creatures ~ your words convey their intention perfectly Gilly! 🙂