Haiku For You
I love evergreens! About to have all the dead ones finally ripped out and replaced with brand new srpite evergreen babies!
One of my all-time favorites is the Blue Spruce. The needles are soft to the touch (if you go the right direction) and that bluish tint is so pretty to see... I like the shape of them too. :-)
Evergreens are so beautiful... especially in the winter. That said-- I love wearing sandals!Cheers, Jenn
hehehhe... hopefully not in the winter, and not in a grove of evergreens! :-)
That is what I love about evergreens, they are never changing and they smell so good!!!Kathyhttp://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com/
They really do smell wonderful Kathy. When I am out in the yard, sometimes I just grab a few of the needles and roll them through my fingers so that I can carry the scent with me while I work.
I may become a Haiku fan after all!Evergreens are one of the few pleasures of winter.Sandals are one of the many pleasures of summer!♥
Yes! Hooked :-)
Evergreens are lovely, and when frosted with snow, become dazzlingly beautiful.
One year we had an early freeze, and I took off with my camera in hand. The sprinklers were still on at most of the businesses, because winter was not expected for several weeks. The result were the most beautiful icicles dangling from weighted bright green branches. I had the macro on for hours!
Cute! Kate ~ Visiting A to Z: http://solidhappiness.blogspot.com/
Thank you Kate :-)
What a lovely Haiku. i love your A to Z blogging challenge letter schedule on your sidebar. How did you do that?? I really would love to know.
I am also a graphic designer. I made the images to match the blog (and the background) so that it would be as peaceful as Haiku is to me, and then just posted it to the left of the text :-)
Missed this yesterday - I love it! You evoke the season's change in so few words, amazing.
That is one of the wonders of Haiku :-) (probably part of why I like it so much).
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