Watery Wednesday: Desert Stream


 

stream in the desert—
life-giving water flowing
over ledge of stone

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on May 4, 2010, in Arizona, my digital photos, my haiku, Thursday Challenge, Watery Wednesday. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. I like the falls very pretty. Happy WW!

  2. Beautiful waterfall.

  3. This is indeed great shot and very informative blog.
    Thanks for sharing

  4. How lucky of you to find a waterfall like this in the desert!!!!!

    We went birding last week…today’s post for my blog is all kinds of coastal bird photos. Do take a side trip over to my place if you can find some time to view many waterfowl.

    COASTAL BIRDING

    Have a super day my friend.

  5. lovely… the fall & the haiku! great place you have here!

  6. Beautiful desert waterfall. The lovely red rock brings back fond memories of my trip to Arizona in 2008.

  7. I love this lovely waterfall photo. The desert can produce so much beauty!

  8. What a nice shot, very special !

  9. I love waterfalls…this one is lovely and the verse with it too.

  10. This is a beautiful photo. I’d love to be sitting nearby, listening to the sound of the water. Very peaceful!

  11. Incredible shot. I love how the waterfall looks frozen in time. I have a post http://booksnakereviews.blogspot.com/2010/05/thursday-challenge-water-ocean-lake.html if you’re interested.

    I love your haikus!

  12. This is really nice. There is one place in NEW Zealand where there are glaciers. On the way there, there are many water falls.

  13. water in the desert is just the best! Wonderful photo!

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