worn but not broken
ready for the next adventure ~
just waiting for you
This haiku sprung into being when I was walking around at Little House in the Rockies at the top of Indian Mountain and spied the wheelbarrow, resting at the moment but ready for action. Doesn’t it look plucky and determined? I would want it on my side in a fight.
You can take the Wheelbarrow’s Promise literally, or as a metaphor. I wonder what it means to you…
I couldn’t decide between black and white or color, so I’ve shared both. Black and white might fit the mood of the tired but determined character of the wheelbarrow, but I really love the contrast between the green of the summer aspen trees and the rusty red of the hand-wagon. What do you think?
© 2018, Glover Gardens
3 thoughts on “Haiku: The Wheelbarrow’s Promise”
Both of them. Heh! Seriously, the BW works better for this picture. It removed color that really isn’t needed and leaves you with only the subject.
That`s a tough call, Kim, but I also think I prefer the black and white photo. The color does not add that much.