Phantom and Flatlands Haiga

phantom haiga 2


Octpowrimo gave us a selection of photographs for day 22.  This one is by Rodney Smith.  The photo also personified the Trifecta prompt of the word ‘Phantom’ as  representative of  something abstract, ideal, or incorporeal

A second photograph also inspired me to Haiga

flatlands tracks haiga


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14 Responses to Phantom and Flatlands Haiga

  1. atrm61 says:

    What sublime imagery-merges seamlessly with the other image-loved it Viv:-)


  2. KymmInBarcelona says:

    Love the forest of trees pale and whispery.


  3. Q says:

    “Floating through trees insubstantial” wow, what an amazing image. Great job today, Viv!


  4. Draug419 says:

    This is cool.


  5. Christine says:

    Oh, gorgeous, Viv! Such beautiful images in your words.


  6. Christine says:

    I absolutely adore both of these! They are beautiful and poignant. The first one in particular really resonates with me. Great job, as usual!


  7. Misky says:

    Masterful write on the field photo, Viv.


  8. wow..for the first one…really good. the second one I couldn’t read properly for the text colour… all smiles


  9. two exceptional poems. Trees always seems to me to be guardians of wisdom and these two poems really resonate with me.


  10. Beautifully painted with words ViV!

    Someone is Special


  11. Ron Potter says:

    Enjoyed both of them . The voice in the first one so inhabits the photo. Thanks


  12. Beautiful! Both of them! This style of yours of writing beautifully on pictures is soooo unique and subtle! I loveee your style of writing!


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