Pages

Thursday, January 7, 2010

climbing toward the sky


trudging yellow dawn
hoofprints snap like kindling wood
winter sweetly sighs

See more dreamy skies at Skywatch Friday.

24 comments:

Daryl said...

Oh pretty words AND photo!

Snap said...

WOWOWOWOW!!!!!

Annie said...

I just love the quiet drama of winter.

Rajesh said...

Simply beautiful.

Linda Jacobs said...

I love the idea of dawn "trudging"! Great word use and the photos really evoke your words!

Carol said...

Beautiful winter scenes. Love your haiku.

Sylvia K said...

Lovely words and terrific photos! Very dramatic winter shots!

Have a great weekend, Noni, and stay warm!

Sylvia

Carletta said...

'winter sweetly sighs' - lovely words and photos!

Light and Voices said...

Quiet, serene, snow image. Such bliss!
Joyce, IL, USA

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Noni: Nice capture across your snowy fields.

Cloudia said...

So lovely


Aloha, Friend!


Comfort Spiral

~Cheryl said...

Very, very nice! I can feel the crispness of the day! Have a great weekend

i beati said...

we are all hunkered in aren't we??

Karine said...

Lovely Skywatch shots! I love the mist in them.

Thanks for the good luck wishes for my job! It hasn't been posted yet, some hopefully early next week!

hetty said...

Lovely pictures and Haiku to go with them!

koala said...

Half a world away and still looks like the place where I walk my dog everyday. I especially love that first shot.

marianne said...

beautiful! looks frosty. happy new year!

Cathy said...

Beautiful photos and words. I love your header photo too! Happy SWF!

magiceye said...

gorgeous images and superb haiku to match!

SandyCarlson said...

That's a wonderful haiku to accompany those photos. There is a pure silence in these.

Judy Merrill-Smith said...

Thank you for that spot of beauty in my day!

Christina said...

Quiet, cold winter view ~ happy skywatch Friday!

soulbrush said...

noni these are so lovely. thanks for your visit.

thorgun said...

Nice shots, like the pale light. It looks exactly the same, here in my part of the world.