Thursday, May 3, 2012

Alive in Flowers


A sunbeam filters
To the forest floor and comes
Alive in flowers.





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30 comments:

  1. And they are a hidden gem!

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  2. Sweet flower with beautiful words!
    Regards from Norway

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  3. Lovely photos and haiku, Libby!

    Thank you for participating in Floral Friday Fotos!

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    1. Thanks Nick! Appreciate you hosting. :)

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  4. Love the haiku with the photo...

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  5. Beautiful! Both the photo and the words!

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    1. That's very nice of you Birgitta. :)

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  6. the sunshine was seeking for these beauties.
    the petals looks so delicate.

    Thai Gardenia

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    1. Hi Luna Miranda! I liked your Thai flowers today too!

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  7. Don't you just love a sunbeam when it falls upon a delicate bloom - beautiful and words to match.

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    1. Thanks Sue. I came upon it while walking in the woods.

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  8. what a beautiful visual, i feel the sunbeams bursting forth in blossom..

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    1. Thanks I got lucky with the light...

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  9. lovely nature haiku ~ love the 'sunbeams bursting forth... ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  10. I like your use of words, sunbeam filtering through forest floor and coming alive in the flowers.

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  11. Filtered sun! Yes, that's just perfect! It is all about the light!

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  12. I love the idea of sunbeams trickling down and becoming flowers!

    Raven Has One Wish

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  13. Beautiful delicate blooms.
    Your haiku is perfect.

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  14. What a beautiful delicate flower and I love your photo.

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  15. your haiku is a celebration of light and possibilities. may we all "come alive" in the beauty of each moment, rain or shine.

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  16. The photo is wonderful and you fully 'painted the picture' with the haiku, fabulous!

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