In Fickle Weather

Cathedral
 


In fickle weather
it’s hard to see the shadows—
only in your dreams.

 
Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Cathedral, rainy afternoon in Morelia, Michoacán, México
 
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Posted on June 3, 2012, in Carry on Tuesday, Himmelsk, Mexico, Postcards from Paradise, senryu, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Sky Watch Friday, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. I love the mood struck in this image. Holiness. Dark invading clouds. Light from behind. Very much like life.

  2. Shame! Sunshine tomorrow.

  3. Fickle weather has been our bane in the northeast, too……I’d like to actually see some shadows, and not just in my dreams! Nice image…

  4. I love the contrast of the beautiful grand structure and nature; it’s as if the tree is almost reaching out to protect the building. Great haiku!

  5. Love the framing of this shot.

  6. you have arrived!
    no matter rain or shine, all is well in the arms of mexico divine!

  7. Beautiful lighting with promise of scattered sunshine.

  8. I like your style!!!!! Clever haiku to make it all fit in for the meme and poetry…perfectly.

  9. As always, your photography and your haiku are inspiring!

  10. interesting pic and words!!

  11. Very nice. My COT is up too.

  12. Just the one big shadow overwhelms the rest. Nice haiku, MMT. :)
    ..

  13. Dreaming is good!
    Most certainly fills in the missing gaps in reality!

  14. Great shot and beautiful haiku

  15. It is overcast here today, like your photo depicts. My backdrop is newer, but I’m having to work hard not to hole up with a book.

  16. Lovely haiku :0 goes with the titles very weli :)

  17. What a beautiful building! The Haiku is fun and so appropriate for those shady days.

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