A Month of Haiga – February 10


All over the world we’ve been having some rather strange weather.  In the northern Lake Garda area, we are fairly used to warmer days compared to the rest of the north, so although we’re all worried about the high temperatures and lack of rain, we’re not too surprised to see the odd rose blooming of a burst of apple blossoms.   This year however even some of the birds are coming back north very early.  Day before yesterday whilst walking in Riva del Garda , a city we had almost all to ourselves now that we’re in the “dead of winter”, my son excitedly pointed out two early tourists from the south, a couple of grebes.  Which brings me to today’s theme:

climate change

haiga 10

Have you been able to snap any photos of odd occurrences this autumn and winter?  Maybe so and maybe you’d like to weave a haiku to celebrate the occasion or maybe you are inspired by something different – whatever inspired you to create a haiga, I’d just love to see it!   To participate with your completed haiga just tag your post Bastet’s One Month of Haiga and link directly to this post, then link your haiga post in the Mr. Linky app hidden in my flowers below so others can easily find you:

Have a great day!  Ciao, Bastet.

There are oodles of different types of grebes .. this link gives you some information about the various species.  I’d actually never seen a grebe in Lake Garda until last year, which doesn’t mean they didn’t pass through here, it only means that they don’t come in droves.  Here’s the link  “Birds of Europe: GREBES”.


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