Photo and Haiku – Introduction

Almost every day I write a haiku (must have 3 lines, lines follow 5-7-5 syllable count, does not have to rhyme) for one of my photos. I have been doing this for over a year and as time permits I will begin to post previous written haikus and their accompanying image(s). Incidentally, I do this with two other people and we exchange our creations on a daily basis.

At the bottom of each post….below “leave a reply”…….. you can then go forward or backward to the previous or next post. If you want to go back to the main menu just click on the Adventures, Animals and images blue box in the upper left-hand corner.

Please click on “Older Posts” at the bottom of the page…… as I have been adding progressively older posts each day as well as the current day’s post and they will appear as the most recent in the blog. Does that make any sense? Most of you probably haven’t read this far anyway. If so, you get a virtual hug from me.

Robert Winslow taken about 35 years ago by Gagne, one of his photography students at Idaho State University

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