Welcome to my blog - why haiku? Why not? I look at the world throug my camera and haiku is the best and simpliest way to comment what I can see around. All photos are mine, haiku unfortunately not.


Sunday, September 27, 2009

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An old bony horse
out on the autumn hills
against a grey sky

Helen Weaver
'Haiku' summer/fall 1969; Number 1-3


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Carraol said...

You catch a beautiful moment, a visual haiku. Almost feel the sense of riding and the sense of its energy.

Prospero said...

Hello Joo. Lovely pastoral setting. And, welcome back, my friend.

Cezar and Léia said...

What a great shot dear Joo!
Peaceful scenery and your heart can rest!
Have a nice week!
Léia :)

robert said...

Standing upon colour green
(as from where I come from Green represents hope.)

A wonderful start into the new week for you.

M.Kate said...

Nice shot..we never see horses here unless they are in the zoo.

Lucy said...

I love the picture of the bony horse, and old like me. I haven't been put out to pasture yet. remember 2 old work horses that were to old to work any more on our farm. and they maintained their place with the other horses but just did not get hitched up any more. Lovely picture.

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