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.


Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Leaving the light
trunks of tall trees
sink into roots

Jane Reichhold


Bob Bushell said...

Excellent photo Joo.

M.Kate said...

That a huge and scary tree too, but good shot anyway. Just wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas and enjoy the festivities :) Hugs...MK

Lowell said...

These leafless trees always intrigue me...they look like such a rat's nest but then in the spring they begin to green up and by summer they take on another mantle completely.

This is a wonderful photo!

Magia da Inês said...

Super lindo!!!

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Joan Elizabeth said...

Funny that haiku ... I always think of trees in the other direction ... roots upwards.

Lucy said...

Very good picture, Joo. I do come in but because I am in a hurry I don't always comment.

Magyar said...

a puzzel
this light behind naked limbs
from the root

__Best Christmas wishes Joo! _m

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