not being an
my body some-
down when you
look at me
that way. the
a slight oxygen
to trigger a
as if one could
retreat any further
It’s a very vibrant photo! It’s symmetrical, yet organic. The green and pink remind me of the cherry blossoms in the spring in Seoul. Thanks for sharing.
oh, i’m so glad it worked for you. i initially thought it was too pink! sometimes, this kind of pink reminds me of pepto-bismol (smile).
thank you, Leslie.
Such a stunning, vivid photograph. Gorgeous!
it was a stormy, cloudy day, no sun, so i’m glad it turned out nice. thank you.
What wonderful photography. You have an excellent eye for shapes and color. Thanks for sharing
thank you for visiting – come back again…there’s a bit of writing, too! (smile)
Nice photos… thanks for sharing 🙂
thank you for your compliments. good luck in choosing a school in Cebu!
Do you know what kind of flower this is? Amazing!
When in doubt, it’s probably an orchid…lol.
Besides these great photos you have captured, what a facility you have with the language…
ah, you are so sweet! thank you! it appears that your haiku blog has been removed?
I did away with it; I like my privacy, but you can go to my facebook page and see them if you want. I would be honored and happy to be your friend. On it, I only have a few family members and a few people I am beginning to know. If you do not want to bother with facebook, you can go to tinywords.com and look up my name, both in the old and new archive.
martin gottlieb cohen
i’ve never heard of “intense debate,” but it looks like i automatically have an account as soon as i commented on your haikus! thank you for sharing.
i think i’ve got it, for those who were inquiring! it’s a Cleome hassleriana, or spider flower.
I tried looking for it with no luck. How’d you find it?
was looking at some photos of flowers and saw something that looked similar – hit it on the nose! (smile)