Llamas and tractors and pastures, oh my! Another Colorado-inspired nature haiku from Glover Gardens.
Haiku saluting the Purple Fringe alongside the abandoned track at the top of Boreas Pass at the continental divide.
A “grateful for nature” haiku from Little House in the Rockies, where absolute peace and tranquility abound.
A magnificent bighorn sheep posed for me, turning this way and that. He was either mildly amused or mildly annoyed, and we enjoyed a few moments together. Three haiku and these photos are the result.
Everything in nature this spring seems brighter, fresher, more vibrant than usual. Like these turtle pals.
Looking at and listening to birds makes me feel calm and content, as though I’m on the front row observing a fluttering and dynamic ecosystem in fluid motion.
I’m a gull watcher. Aberdeen is a good place for it.
I think a group of swans did a performance just for me. As I stood and watched, they changed direction, got in position, and swam by in a line. MUST.WRITE.HAIKU.
Fall colors in Jefferson, Colorado make the perfect backdrop for an uninterested llama, who inspired a haiku.
Scottish bees and purple flowers, and a haiku.