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.


Thursday, March 31, 2011

Windblown clouds -
the fires of burning fields
bring sunset



Anonymous said...


Bob Bushell said...

A brilliant sunset, nice one Joo.

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Wonderful sunset, so pretty.

So pleased to know that your lovely dog is recovering from her operation.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

So beautiful. How can anyone get tired of looking at such a sight. And the poem ... it does appear that the sky is a reflection of burning fields...

Magyar said...

__Issa, it would seem, was looking at your photo... as he wrote.
__Joo, a fine photo, and haiku choice! _m

mercè said...

precioso conjunto de imagen y haiku !!

JM said...


Clueless in Boston said...

Beautiful photo! And I like the haiku too; I never thought of the clouds influencing the sunset. I guess that is why I am not a poet.

Ophelia said...

fantastic photo - love the color, almost like
a reverse rainbow.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Reading the poemI think is the fire in the field or sky.

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