Even the collapsing window frame of an abandoned farm house shows a precise geometric pattern in the strong, morning light.
By the way . . . I sometimes wonder if people read my posts. More probably, you aren’t into words and you come to my blog to see what I’ve posted. From my blog stats it is more probable that you’ve done a Google search and all you want is a photo for your Powerpoint.
But for those who read, and who love wordplay, here’s a challenge: Look at my picture and turn your reactions to it into a haiku. Then post it as a comment. The prize to the best haiku posted will be a 5×7 mounted print of you favorite “A Photo A Day” blog post sent to your address anywhere in the world. Seriously. Contest ends 1 week from now. By the way a traditional Japanese Haiku has three lines with 17 syllables:
First line: 5 syllables
Second line: 7 syllables
Third line: 5 syllables