Lovely haiga, Dalloway and "almost home" -- i would wait for the rain to pour! :)wishes, devika
What a lovely photo/haiku combo. I like the way you’ve used the name of another tree, "ash" to describe the sky...
I love the picture, line one and three. Best wishesRalf
Nice contrast in imagery! - after my own heart. The link between the imagery and being "almost home" (if there is one) isn't clear to me. There doesn't need to be. The layout of your haiku is beautiful. I love it. Makes me want to do more with mine. It's always so nice to visit you.
i really like this. I would also echo Frank's comment on the use of the word ash. Superb haiku
I prefer the words to the picture, and yes, as someone with a golden ash in the backyard, that's a nice touch - but... the sky in the piccie looks too light. I was expecting the ablaze leaves against a more leaden backdrop: it does not look ash wet. Maybe just me.
Looking at it later on another computer, it looks lots darker - much better.
I love this Emma - the contrast is delightful! - the use of ash against the colourful maple is perfect.
many thanks to you all!
Oh and Harps, sometimes my photoshop skills arent quite up to the image in my head. I struggled with this image - yes, I wanted an ash wet sky, leaden even. On a quiet evening Id be keen to start again on this one.
I like the way the colour is acting like a signpost to you. I love that sense of homecoming.
I like this very much - for me the almost home and the colours is showing a bit sadnes, but then again that could wel be me ;)
Thanks for taking the time to write something.