as crickets sing for lovers
on this balmy spring morning
© G.s.k. ‘16
Yesterday I went for a walk with the city of Arco … one of our stop overs was at the Arch-Duke of Austria’s historical botanical garden (for which I did a Sunday walk in 2013). This morning one of the photos reminded me of moonlight … so with a little magic of imagination and an app … my haiga was done. My next post will be this week’s Monday Haiga Event … hope to see your there!
Carpe Diem #950 dreams – this month Carpe Diem Haiku Kai will be prompting for a daily haiga for those who enjoy this type of work, a great opportunity!
5 thoughts on “Monochrome Monday – (Haiga and Tanka) – April 11, 2016”
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Love the image, would be great for a kaleidoscope. Really like your short forms and the imagery there as well,
I love kaleidoscopes … and once tried an app for another photo, but forget where I found it! I’m happy you like my haiku and other micro-poems.