Tumblewords

Fractals Photos Poetry Prose Watercolor

Monday, May 25, 2009

Haiku for One Single Impression



One Single Impression posts: Thanks to Gautami Tripathy of Rooted for this week's prompt ~ dropped



jewelry
dropped from nebulae
hummingbirds



Image is a post processed fractal created in Fractal Explorer with an overlay of a digital photo.

~~~♥~~~♥~~~

18 comments:

DeLi said...

what an interesting photo composition.....

Rinkly Rimes said...

I've had a go! A very atmospheric picture!

http://rinklyrimes.blogspot.com/2009/05/humming-haiku.html

Jim said...

Hi Sue, your fractual is just right for your verse. If the droppings were meteorites--rocks from space--I'd like one.
I know about the Butterfly Nebula (or Wings of the Butterfly Nebula) and I suppose the Humming Bird Nebula could be a competitor.
[:-)

..

floreta said...

that would be a good art piece title! ;)

Tammie Lee said...

lovely, both art and words.

Jeeves said...

lovely. both art and words.

Michelle Johnson said...

How sweet. I love hummingbirds. We have one that comes here every year to visit. I love to hear its wings whir. Your picture is beautiful. Have a nice day.

gautami tripathy said...

Another wonderful work..

changing orbits

Poetikat said...

Wow! You are dead on with likening a hummingbird to jewelry. I love this piece--every. single. word.

Kat

P.S. I notice you are a "Dr. Zhivago" fan. I recently found a slim volume of poems credited to "Yuri" (Pasternak) released by Hallmark sometime in the 1960s. It is a treasure. Let me know if you'd like some samples.

Beth P. said...

I love your art--you are so talented!

And the poem--I feel that way about so much in our world, like there must be seeds that we don't understand that came from some other realm to make such diversity and complexity. And then...we try to simplify it. Pity!

Love to you--and your creative self--

Geraldine said...

This is one of my favorite images on your blog Sue, just beautiful and very unique too. Perfect words to accompany too.

lissa said...

lovely, nature/birds are quiet beautiful without any help

your image is nicely go with the poem

SandyCarlson said...

The jeweled tone of the image and the poetic image of the stars dropping hummingbirds makes for a magical image. I am wondering who did the dropping and imagining a graceful hand reaching through the cosmos.

Kayt said...

wonderful image! I love the use of opposition - the edges contrasting perfectly with the speed blurring visual concept of a humming bird - and of course perfect haiku to top it off!

Sherry R said...

perfect. you're great!


jadefrog

Patti said...

Love it!!! I love hummingbirds..and your image is beautiful!

zoya gautam said...

lovely

paisley said...

i have two feeders right outside my window,, what amazing colors they shine in the sun the red headed humming birds my feeders attract...