One Month of Haiga – Haiga 29 – February 29, 2016


Today ends my birthday tour de force!  It has been a more difficult task than I’d imagined due to some external factors, but it’s had its rewards with the challenges.

Today I’ve chosen one of my favourite spots in Riva del Garda near the port and the ancient fortress that used to protect the town from invaders. The plaza is the home of several linden trees, it was also a favourite spot of my husband’s.  He called it the cathedral.

Today’s theme is:

a favourite spot

And here is today’s haiga:

Haiga 29

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:

Thanks to those of you who’ve actually come here to Through the Eye of Bastet to follow this month of haiga and to those of you who have linked up day after day keeping me company!  It’s been great to have you along for the ride!

Have a great day … and I hope I will be seeing you on future haiga adventures!  Ciao,  Georgia.


The Linden or Tiglio




12 thoughts on “One Month of Haiga – Haiga 29 – February 29, 2016

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  2. it’s a beautiful massive structure. and easy to see why it would be a favorite spot.

    every month is a challenge. i hardly know from one day to the next where i will end and begin—let alone a month. it has been fun tho. thank you.

    happy once again birthday month on you. be well. walk in beauty. and have fun. aloha rick.

    • I agree with you … each day is a challenge – it’s been great to enjoy your daily haiga and you month long birthday greetings … I’ll be looking for you throughout the year – especially in September … keep on having lots of fun Rick! Ciao. Georgia.

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    • Thank you Carol for participating with me … it’s really been great watching you progress from your first hesitant haiga onwards … I really think you should get yourself a camera (and it needn’t be an expensive reflex – mine is an Olympus digital and cost me $98 at the time – five years ago – now there are cameras for less and way more powerful than mine!)

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