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AUSTRALIA ~ The Antipodes
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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Height of Haiku Challenge ~ Patience


Out of nowhere when we wandered the lovely property of Coolart, a rabbit suddenly appeared and just as suddenly disappeared!

Height of Haiku Challenge
Haiku Heights #73 ~ Patience

A love of wild life
Photos need patience and speed
Paradoxical


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18 comments:

Suz said...

I have been enjoying your posts and photos
I love the haiku form
and the challenge of it
very nice

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Great pictures (rabbits are my totem). Your haikus are just wonderful -- this is a difficult challente.

SandyCarlson said...

Paradoxical, yes!

Amity said...

Because I don't have much patience, my shots come out blurred and a failure oftentimes!

Your haiku taught me a lesson to become a better photographer...:)

Ramesh Sood said...

That's what they say.. strike at the right moment..very well written haiku..a good message there..

judithwesterfield said...

The photo is stunning
The haiku matches

poetry-diary.com said...

Yes - now I know why I'm such a poor photographer!

Tarang Sinha said...

Really paradoxical. Nice!

Nanka said...

Patience is well rewarded with this great shot that you have today!!

imnotaverse said...

A clever and interesting interpretation.

kaykuala said...

Very nice picture. A measure of patience,speed and luck!

Hank

mjshorts said...

A great haiku.
Patience and speed - opposites that can live happily together.

beccagivens said...

SOOOOO true ... a nanosecond can make a difference!!! :-)

Cassiopeia Rises said...

This is true. Patience is required in most actions of live. Wonderful picture and Haiku.



Melanie

Leo said...

Patience is vital for a wildlife photographer I think :)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

And what would life be without a little paradox? Boring, methinks!

Blossom Vydrina said...

paradoxical but so true

Traci B said...

Such truth in this one; I find it especially applicable to photographing butterflies. :)

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