Fat flakes of snow fall on my face, my lens, disrupt focus – each icy formation a gentle kiss. Oh, Winter, you crafty old man,
Natural beauty stops the heart, disrupts breathing instills reverence. (Photograph taken in Arizona at the Bryce Thompson Arboretum State Park last Spring. Modified with Befunky.com.
(Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge is breath & unite.)
A familial gathering – rock balanced upon rock – stands at the Rideau’s edge, one amongst several such groupings, each a masterpiece unto itself, and
(Inspired by Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge: charge (accusation) & reason (justification) and Daily Addictions: improvise. Image from my personal collection.)
Nature’s artistry inspires awe – jewelled throats and iridescent curves Calming hues and contrasts that buzz with dedicated passion The vibrancy of wings – intricate