A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
Beautiful, photo and text. I have tagged you to do a meme, details can be found on my blog.
..thanks for opening up the spectrum..and ur criticism..is forever welcome..
I like the idea of "all" filtering in here. Reminds me that color relies on light. The window is symbolic with your words. Beautiful shot and perspective! Thanks for sharing.
Oh I would love to see that in full sun. The whole meeting house must be awash in color. Your poem is very descriptive.thank you for your help with my poem. Of course, I have to look up "haiga". I purposefully put the last line last because of an ancient Japanese haiku I read this week which caused me to go "aahhhh, details first, overview last!" But like I say, I have a lot to learn. I have to read that book I bought! Thank you again.
This is so simple and wonderful. Beautiful photo too. I love stained glass. Spectrum is such a good word.
I agree, stained glass windows show the epitome of sun driven color.
Lovely response to the "color" prompt. Beautiful. :)
Your beautiful haiku express all the beauty of the window.
Incredibly fine photo and haiku! Colorful, indeed...
I love stained glass, so I really like your photo and haiku. Color really does depend on light.
What I know about Haiku wouldn't fill one dot of a thimble, but I do know I really enjoyed your photo and Haiku!
A light tapestry!The haiku reminded me of the light being split by a prism.
What a brilliant inspiration for a ku. As always, your photo and poem are spot-on perfect.
how beautiful it must appear on a bright beautiful day