A photograph a day from the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont
How nice to see you again, Andrée! Love your Haiga - it has a 3 dimensional effect that lends itself so well to how alive a storm can be!-Barb, WillThink4Wine
This is a wonderful photo and one that is very difficult to achieve. I love your words that accompany it! A beautiful combination!
Welcome back! Lightning does provide such an amazing spectacle! When I lived with my niece in Arizona, we would sometimes turn the lights off and watch the monsoon lightning shows. A little scary in some ways, but, oh so beautiful too. Great photo and haiku.
Great photo! Unfortunately half of the words are cut off, on my computer screen (go figure??) www.mypoeticpath.wordpress.com
Oh wow, great shot.
A powerful image and words.
I love this combination - I have a special attachment to lightning. Even have a couple of pieces of fulgerite on my shelf (which, alas, I bought not found)
..truly missed ur absence andree_where had u been?_great to have ur forthrightness flash through again!..many thanks..
I love this, Andree. Wonderful photo and poem. The colors make me think of summer storms at the beach.
A wonderful lightening shot-and terrific poem to match!
I could hear the lightening. Thanks for the read.
I love it Andrée. So far, I have never been able to capture lightning. I am impressed with your pink lightning and your haiku.
Simply crackling!I catch words haphazardly
A wild show hidden in those words.
I could feel the hair raise on my head while reading the poem. Really nice work. Welcome back.
Your lightning is a vibrant slash against a washed sky, Andree. The distortion of the silhouette adds to the power of the interaction of verse and image.Quite striking ...
Great job - the photo is wonderful and your words are a perfect match!
I adore lightning, especially heat lightning. Your haiga mirrors my fascination and appreciation of it.
nature does offer the most incredible spectacles...love that lightning shot!
I love your poem and welcome back!
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