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The Image of The Month (IoTM) gives us a chance to honour the images that have touched us over the month. Get your July entries in now! For more information msg sinnerjohn John Starzee Star or zenjenny Jen.
We cant wait to see what you come up with in July so get your phone cameras clicking (we still make that noise in our head) and get your image in - you could be a winner!
Sifiku? Shouldn’t that involve aliens and warp speed space travel, perhaps time and dimension hopping?
So, I actually did two haiku+photo, but it was in 2012..... Not sure I’m still hooked on the edit any more, but here’s one...
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of twig and leaf. Our roots dig
deeply. Home at last.
iPhone 4, BlurFx, iColorama, Filterstorm, ImageBlender, Pixlrexpress (thank you Flickr)
Wonderful! Great photos.This one was created especially for a couple in the mobile photography community who were getting married (Nate & Daria for any old-timers) - a book was made for them as a gift.
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Hearts entwined; melting
into one another. Wings
to carry me home.
iPhone 4, apps unknown (but I know Pixlr is in the mix)
Nice photo! The fake reviews are a lot of fun.Haha!!!!! Here’s what I got:
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Misty rising dawn
An ethereal rose moans
watching the starfish
And they included fake reviews!!
Auto Praise for Rose - A Haiku
"The juxtaposition of rose and starfish is truly inspired."
- The Daily Tale
"I don't like short poems. So why am I reviewing a haiku, you may wonder? Well, I liked the title - 'Rose'. It went down hill from there."
- Enid Kibbler
"Amazing how so few words can set a scene so perfectly. I close my eyes and all I can see is the misty rising dawn."
- Hit the Spoof
"I felt that I was a rose. It was spooky. I hope to read more by rosecat. Perhaps next time, something longer."
- Zob Gloop
"I've always wanted to write a haiku about a rose. I can't belive rosecat has beaten me to it."
- Betty Borison
"Misty rising dawn is a popular first line for a haiku. It's incredible how much diversity can be achieved with those final lines."
- Chris Critic, otherwise known as Cristic