stripped by season –
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This one just plain makes me smile! I also see a blown-out umbrella. 😉
Yes! I see what you mean! P
What an enchanting match Patsy . Just beautiful .
A belated thank you! P
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Have you heard of “bunga manggar”? 😉
Apologies for the delay in responding. No! Please explain?!
Your image is a strong commentary on the simple yet magical beauty of nature.
A belated thank you. I am looking forward to joining in your challenge some day when I get my act together!
Hope to see you soon.
You sure do live in a beautiful part of the world my friend.
Thanks Laurie….and so do you! P 🙂
Funny how beauty can be found in the most unlikely places. I love the poem and the “salty windmill” description.
Thanks Sheila, it’s just cow parsley but it has taken on a beauty of its own!
Thanks for sharing your lovely photo paired with a good haiku.
Thanks Mary, that’s lovely to hear as I am always a little nervous when trying something new.
Wonderful! It has a really monumental feel.
I wasn’t sure if it would work but I think the lighting helps. Thank you!
Fantastic! I love the haiku too : )
Thanks Anna – a first attempt 🙂
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Very eye catching. What type of plant is it from?
I think it’s cow parsley!
I thought it might be. Very cool.
This is delightful…brought a smile to my lips….a threadbare windmill indeed 🙂
…’threadbare’ is a lovely description.
That’s beautiful, with the contrasting background. I hope Sherkin is not getting battered again!
Thanks Cath 🙂
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