silent morning walk brings awareness – nature gives her clear warning
Again photo taken on an early morning nature walk in 2005 on the Outer Banks.
nature’s path long and winding – turned over with force to divulge another world.
Taken in 2005 at the Outer Banks.
osprey fierce predator worthy opponent great fisher – tender in motherhood
Taken at my beloved Outer Banks in summer of 2005.
tall prairie grass prayer blanket – welcomes morning suns warmth
Taken in 2010 during a trip to the Tall Grasses of Kansas.
summer cypress foliage creates hidden home of many species
Taken in 2009 of a great Egret and oh dear something that we call a “fat boy” ah yes he is a Night Heron.
green spreading fern fronds – brown seed dust across the walk
hushed forest chatter – as a great oak falls in its end cycle
smallest creature less than an inch long can hop an entire world
Taken last September at Lake Wasatch … such a tiny guy in my path.
still gray cloud of soft hanging moss – background for fuchsia’s brilliance
Taken this past Sunday at the Orchid Show at the St. Louis Botanical Garden.
sea’s vastness – eclipsed only by pelican’s wingspan at lift off
I find this photo to be exquisite within it’s vastness. Please delight yourself today and visit Reena Walking’s Blog. This is one of her magnificent photos and can be found here.
The photo is linked to Brian Millers article at dVerse Poet’s Pub and is the prompt for today’s Haiku.
Whoops … I am too late. Mr Linky went to bed!
dust speckled sun rays … warmth from a thousand shards of light
Sun rays reflecting in a cenote in Tulum … about 2004, I think.