image link Yesterday, I was driving through a region that is dotted with landscape plant greenhouses and row upon row of fields of shrubs of various varieties and sizes. I also drove through a new 7-mile connector highway that rolls up and down hills and around curves. Along this section I observed clumps of what… Continue reading free-range shrubbery
image link Queen Anne's lace fringes the edges of long green lawn ruffling with the breeze. Bees and butterflies, yellow, black, red, orange, blue, ride the gentle swells. Crickets and cicada chirp and thrum in concert with chickadee and finch. Apple, pear, and locust branches bob, leaves rustle in flickering sunlight.
image link i clown loach browses the snail-speckled cotton candy algae ball -- showtime! *** ii the small black dog curls on my lap and watches the happy fishes play
via Swallows, Hundreds Feeding On The Marsh Click on the link to see the photos that inspired my haiku. Ted Jennings' photographs are always beautiful and often evocative. Swallows, leaping from water, mirror fish below – gators, sly witness.
sheets of pink-tinged grey raise walls between the orange orb and our sun-starved eyes yellowed grapefruit leaves -- carting them inside where it’s warm saves trees from frost’s kill TPJPhoto.net -- excellent photographer!!!!! spoonbills, herons, storks huddle together for warmth -- not so much low tide