Labels: E=mc2, One deep breath
posted by rel at 4:44 AM
Wonderful poem and amazing snowstorm photos! Such bizarre weather we're all having these days. I miss the four seasons!
This is a wonderful set of photographs and a beautiful haiku to go with them. It's hard to imagine that you are having snow when here it's bright and sunny and springlike - oh! sorry, I suppose I shouldn't be rubbing it in like this:):)
Oh my. what a way to wake up. Stunning photos with haiku that complements.
It looks like Christmas in April! Beautiful photos and words!
Rel, your haiku feels like a power surge, well matching the progressive photos. Energy, indeed!
Robin put it well, a power surge. Love the combo of the photo series with your poem. . . I'll take the snow here.
PRETTY!, and beautiful haiku
I feel for you Rel. It's been truly strange this spring/winter/summer... who knows what it is.Great haiku.
Beautiful post, Rel. But I'm so sorry about your April snow storm.
This was so cool to watch that "punch" transform. Excellent haiku Rel :) xxoo
I love the photo sequence, and the haiku to match.Hope the cold weather doesn't last too long!
Fantastic description of the powerful energy of nature. This is amazing! I hope you see spring soon!
I think all trees look beautiful with snow on them! But this is so neat because you have taken hourly shots of them...Im so ready for Spring but that is one gorgeous snowstorm!!!!
Ah, those were breath-taking! Thanks for droping by .... I loved your comment. Thank you!
wonderful - and terrific pictures.
Pictures of a snow storm...beautiful, so is the haiku that goes with them.I was reading your previous post, Rel, about your other identities. I think we all have them, but obviously some are more in touch with themselves than others. Fascinating.
Once more, beautiful picture, Rel and thought-filled words. :)I've been very busy this week, so I'm behind in visiting my friends, of which I class you as one. :)
Love the sequenced photos and the humanity you imposed into the storm.
Beautiful, but how otherworldly to see so much snow in spring.
Beautiful photos and the following haiku is very good.
great photos...wonderful words threaded!Hugs Sherrie
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