Monday, April 8, 2013

barreling south


Published in Haigaonline
vol 12 issue 7, Dec. 2011

10 comments:

Gillena Cox said...

Line 1 reads well, both silent and spoken

much love...

Warren said...

Thanks for you reading and comments, Gillena - good to hear from you.

Warren

Magyar said...

tumbleweed
in the northbound lane
the toll booth

__Silly... I know! Especially considering how well I like that grand amber photo, and your fine fitting haiku! _m

Warren said...

NO, you've got a fine haiku there. Thanks a lot, Doug, for your reading and your comments - you're a fun person.

Warren

polona said...

i could look at the photo for ages, and i like the gentle irony in the words. excellent work!

Warren said...

Very complimentary words coming from a terrific photographer such as yourself. Thank you very much!

Warren

Lavana said...

Special photo ; i like it a lot ...

Warren said...

Thanks, Lavana - We have wild mustangs to the mountains south of us and this photo was taken about 20 miles from here. They are beautiful animals.

Warren

Adelaide said...

beautiful photo and haiku. The choice of sepia is terrific. It emphasizes the dryness and brown of the land.

Adelaide

Warren said...

Hi Adelaide - Yes, dry, brown, fire-tender during the summer. We had one of the nation's worst range fires in this area 4-5 years ago - The Long Butte fire which destroyed 500,000+ acres of grassland. Thanks for your thoughtful analysis of the haiga.

Warren