Good Morning …
This moment I wasn’t sure where I wanted to go. Some of the photographs I took yesterday are really very nice indeed but there wasn’t much that inspired me haiku wise. The photo I chose in the end is one of a series … it’s a dried up bush with a left-over dried blossom. But as I got closer to it, I realized that it is beginning to bud! I really enjoyed seeing that first tangible sign of spring (in fact today’s Wordless Wednesday is a macro of one of those buds). But what theme does this suggest to me. So I contemplated it for a while and though of a geisha house. There the young girls learn the ancient Japanese art of feminine beauty from the senior geisha and the mama-san (the mama-san would be the ancient beauty). I imagined then that my dried-up flower was the older geisha … so today’s theme is:
Ancient beauty can be many things … from an old dried flower, a glorious oak tree, and elderly person or an ancient monument or building (Italy has no problems offering this font of ancient beauty 😉 ) Here is my ancient beauty:
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Have a great day! Ciao Bastet.