Monday, December 21, 2009

Winter Solstice haiga


Photo by Alana Dunlap
Haiku by Curtis Dunlap

19 comments:

Greg Schwartz said...

nice one, Curtis!

Tobacco Road Poet said...

Thanks, Greg.

I uploaded the wrong photo/haiga. When you get a moment, have another look. :)

Pamela A. Babusci said...

love the haiga! and i love the
red hat!! hugs, pamela

John McDonald said...

love it well done to you both
john

Mike Rehling said...

Great shot!

Norbert said...

visionary...
enlightenment...
classic...

norb blei/Basho's Road

Dave said...

You and Alana make a doo team ;-)

6p00e008d5e80e8834 said...

Very nice! What's the broom for? Sweeping away the winter?

Gino

Biography said...

Super haiga you three! love ya . . . an'ya

Warren said...

Good one, Cuz Curt - the haiku stinks but the photo is outstanding! KIDDING! Both are terrific - hey, have a wonderful holiday season, including a Merry Christmas!

Warren

extraspecialbitter said...

the spatula is a nice touch too. I suspect this means the snowman will be serving a pancake breakfast. :^)

bandit said...

I suspect this much snowfall is unusual for your neck of the woods.
Well, you showed us (Minnesota) up this this time, but winter ain't over yet!
Good use of material at hand, by the way...

snowbird said...

visions of snowmen
danced in his red hat -
blizzard fun

Adelaide said...

Great combo. Don't freeze your tushi on that snow.

Adelaide

Jessie Carty said...

that is too funny!
gotta use what you have around!!

Lainy said...

Hi, this is Curtis' daughter, Alana, I would like to thank you all for the comments!! It took forever for me to get the perfect picture!

Thanks again,
Alana Dunlap(Curtis' Daughter)

Priyanka Bhowmick said...

lovely pic..love the snowman

DeadMule said...

Very nice, Curtis.

Terri said...

prescription bottles! How creative. And a great photo to boot Alana. If the meds were antibiotics perhaps the snowman will remain flu free.