Haiku: Celebrate the Natural World

Red Bellied Woodpecker scaling a tree
Red Bellied Woodpecker scaling a tree

Inching up the tree
A Red Bellied Woodpecker
Delightful vision

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 1/2/17

Red Bellied Woodpecker photographs by Facebook Friend, Tara McLaughlin, Charlottesville, VA

Brodie discovers 43 crumbling busts?

I was simply surfing the Internet looking for a golden find…and voila!…yes you need to check out this truly cool man who recycles concrete, lives in the great Commonwealth of Virginia and who could not dispose of 43 president heads…I know..what?  Well, history gives us 44 presidents to date…right?!….but the bust money ran out for making a 44 head…and now here comes 45…that is the next President… Mr. T  is coming up on January 20… 2017 or bust…paws up peeps!

Haiku: Stunning red

Forage, Peck, Whistle

Conspicuous on the landscape

His red steals the show

Brilliantly red male cardinal
Stunning red male cardinal in Charlottesville, VA

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 12/27/16

Photos by Tara McLaughlin, a FaceBook Friend

 

Linger little one

Delicate delight
When you leave where do you go?
Linger little one

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 9/25/16

An Eastern Tailed Blue Butterfly nectaring on Fireworks/Golden Rod Photo by Tara McLaughlin 9/16

 

Monarch Mommy Haiku

Deposit your eggs

Leaving your image once more

Giving beauty back

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 9/9/16

Photo by Tara McLaughlin  (Tara watched this delicate Monarch lay 100 eggs.  She photographed the moment, then rescued the eggs and put them in her butterfly nursery. She is now releasing the many survivors. I call her Monarch Mommy.) Summer of 2016