Wouldn't change a thing. Brilliant. Wish I had written it!And it looks like Autumn is in full swing. When will it start snowing there?
ha ha ha... youre kidding me? I havent seen snow since I was 6 (in an English winter)... thanks for checking it over for me :)
So you all are having fun, haikuing on each other,good friends....nice :)wishes, devika
We add a bit - and then it is something totally different. Though it was a clear thing before. Well noticed, written precisely and in an open manner. That is difficult! Best wishesRalf
A first glance, cutting half the bird's head off seems odd. However, on looking again the composition works really well. Beautiful colours too...
:)))great haiga and try as i might, i can never find a bird so colourful here
Kinda like this too, Dalloway_! Was the bird in the back-scene searching for attention?
Frank, I had taken photos with the whole bird, but I liked this one because it was a little more unusual ...he came up so close, I think he wanted to headbutt my camera!Magyar, the bird in the background moved quietly into position, just as I asked him to... Polona has given me excellent instructions on how to get birds to pose ;)Many thanks to you all for dropping by and commenting.
Gosh I like this too. Wonderful haiga.What gloriously coloured birds you have there.
love the vibrancy of colour; would have liked to see the whole of the bird's headmuch lovegillena
sorry about that Gillena!
Thanks for taking the time to write something.