Whales make their way by here too yet I've not had the pleasure of seeing them - what a thrill that would be. Wonderful haiga Emma.
I love that first picture, Dalloway...and the font style---classic! :)wishes, devika
i agree with Devika. I love this image;it accentuates the poem yet leaves our imagination to its own device.
"binocular blue" is a lovely dallowayism.
A lovely haiga Emma. Binocular blue is original and very apt...
Like Bill wrote - a Dallowayism - a little touch unique to you. I remember in High School when my English teacher, himself a young man, excitedly called up his parents on the Dorm pay phone. "I found my voice!" he excitedly told them. I didn't know what he meant until years later.I love your drawing & I hope you do more.Where was that picture taken? I'd love to map it - just to see where you're taking these pictures.
what a delightful series of comments to wake up to on a Sunday morninghmmm, 'a Dallowayism' has a highly pleasant ring to it, we'll see if that little chestnut sticks, cheers BillPatrick, the photo was taken at North Head, just off Manly. The whales are heading north for the breeding season
_You can bet... "Dallowayism," will be absorbed throughout... as it should, an apt view, Bill!_Binocular blue, just grand Emma!_m
Love it though I never had the chance to watch whales. But I thank those people who made me see that these and other animals have a big problem called human profit. Uuh, just had elections here, am a bit too political at the moment.Best wishesRalf
thanks for visiting Ralf, Magyar!
now that's interesting!
'Binocular blue' - that's a phrase I won't forget in a hurry. Good one. I've been watching baby gulls through mine recently. I tend to get sweaty eye sockets instead!
Jem, Id love to see you work 'sweaty eye sockets' into a haiku
Thanks for taking the time to write something.