Tuesday, June 05, 2007

One Deep Breath: Architecture

peony fountain
playground miniature
golden fairy dust



pink mountains
ants - crevasse explorers
need no equipment

Peonies from my yard. For more on architecture, visit One Deep Breath.

11 comments:

Regina Clare Jane said...

Oh, these were the best! Love the imagery of the ants as crevasse explorers! Well done!

Tammy said...

Amazing macro shots to go with these delightfu haiku. "Needs no equipment" was so cute. :)

Tiel Aisha Ansari said...

Hi,

I’m hosting the Ringing of the Bards poetry blog carnival, June 16. If you’d like to be included, leave a comment here or email me at tielansari @ gmail dot com any time through June 15.

Any style is welcome, but I’m particularly showcasing formal poetry this time around.

Don’t forget to come back and see the carnival!

Colorful Prose said...

What beautiful photos!

Abzdragon said...

Interesting. And I like how your pictures coincide so directly and appropriately with your haiku. :)

Crafty Green Poet said...

stunning photos! I really like your description of the ants.

...deb said...

I love the ants and peonies--they do look like climbers on a mountain.

The pestils are beautiful, too. Nice parings of photos with poetry.

AnnieElf said...

Jone, your expression of the word "architecture" is wonderful. I especially like the peony fountain.

Sandy said...

This are wonderful. I like the idea of ant explorers. Lovely photos, too.

megan said...

Peonies should never be photographed without their shiny black ants...these are SO beautiful and the ants as climbers is a delightful vision.

Deb said...

Stunning - and the photos are gorgeous too.