20 thoughts on “A Growing Haiku

    1. Thank you! It was a cool capture on picture. I struggled finding the words to fit and, in the end, just went with something simple. The picture says it all. Have a great week!

  1. Hi Tanya, I’ve been ill for a few months and still am, but continued to enjoy your writing and photography! My ew a God-goal is to come back with 2 blogs per week on my blog which I did manage so I hope you will visit again!
    I really love this one…lots of emotion and really nice depth of field. Did you use a tripod for this one? It is very sentimental for me as my 2 daughters are adults and doing well, but I can hear them in the back seat…….” Did Dad just say we are driving to see a covered bridge ? Blessings! Be well!

    1. Hi, Rick!
      I’m sorry to hear that you have been ill, but I’m really happy to reconnect with you. I will definitely get over to your blog. Many blessings your way for a full and speedy recovery.

      This picture was just a lucky capture with my iPhone. The sky is a blown out, but it made for a cool silhouette of my son. I use a tripod a lot, though, especially for stop-motion work where it is critical that the camera not move and some low light shots and macro work.

      Glad to hear that your daughters are well! Hugs, Rick. 😊

  2. The best way for a child to go explore. The reassurance his/her mother is there to catch him, if needed. Great Haiku, dear Tanya. XxX

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