Creative Writing and unfinished business…
March 12, 2016 § 9 Comments
bare whistle of air
wings slicing silent through marsh mist –
like a hungry ghost
Tagged: creative writing, ethereal, haiku, heron, magical, poetry
Thank you. Loving your blog btw 🙂
Gorgeous Rachael, I love that ‘bare whistle of air’ and the wings slicing through the mist.
Thanks, Andrea. Herons do look like they’re not quite there, don’t they?
Yes, they always seem quite mysterious.
This is a stunning photo. I love the light play and the fact that it looks like a painting. Great work. xo
Thank you for your appreciative words 🙂 I’m an abstract painter, and sometimes it’s weird to see how the process of composing is very similar…
Right? It’s probably the way our brains are wired. We tend to see beyond the presentation and superimpose our own image on it. Best of luck with your future compositions and photo projects, Rachael.
Yours words are much appreciated, and many thanks for an inspiring blog 🙂
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