i love both your haiga. i can so relate to the autofocus one, and i think the number works well in the second (i wonder who would follow the bee and count the flowers, though ;-) )
_Dalloway, I like both haiga, but the bee adds to the sense of... "nature." _m
The second one is cute (as though you sat counting it all ;)), the first one is deeper...I liked them both, Dalloway and lovely pictures :)wishes, devika
I liked them too, though I might favor the second haiku. It reminds me of Issa. The Japanese & Chinese were always going on about the 10,000 this, and the 10,000 that.But Dalloway is just learning. someday she will be a master - the bee's 10,000nth flower.Thank you, Dalloway.I finally wrote a haiku about something besides snow, stars and moon.
very cool, upinvermont, very cool.thank you.and thanks all for visiting and commenting. its much appreciated.
lovely- I agree with Polona. :)
Oh my! Love the bee picture and the Haiku with it ~ eighty first flower ~ the energy and exhaustion blossoms from that line! Well done!
thank you aleta! thats what I thought.polona, devika, to finally get a good bee photo (3 hours - 150 photos - about 5 decent ones) I felt like i had got inside the bee's mind.
Thanks for taking the time to write something.