Carnival


 

carnival of clouds—
shadows chanting ancient songs
as the elders dance

 
© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Guachimontones near Teuchitlán, Jalisco, México
 
More Shadow Shot Sunday photos here.
 
More Himmelsk photos here.
 
More Skywatch Friday photos here.
 
More Haiku My Heart at Recuerda Mi Corazon here.
 
More One Single Impression poems with the theme “Carnival” here.

Posted on January 22, 2011, in Guachimontones, Haiku My Heart, Himmelsk, Jalisco, Mexico, my digital photos, my haiku, One Single Impression, Shadow Shot Sunday, Sky Watch Friday, Teuchitlán. Bookmark the permalink. 34 Comments.

  1. It took me quite some time to find you here; I tried all the blogs on your Blogger Profile first.

    The journey was interesting!

    One haiku covering many prompts, just as well it is such a good one.

  2. i cannot tear myself away.
    your haiku paired with southwest landscapes
    takes me into the blue vault skies of places already
    etched permanently in my heart.
    returning here….to you,
    is
    jOy in the house of belonging.

  3. I wish we could change places for a time. I need to feel the expansiveness of this desert. You can come to the arches of Jerusalem.

  4. I am a huge fan of trees and that one paired with the landscape and shadows is stunning .. the haiku is perfect!
    Joy

  5. a lovely tranquil shot – I love such sites in Mexico…

  6. Where do you take all these desert shots? I found out that this one was from Mexico but are all your photos from Mexico?
    I love them!!

  7. The clouds arrive in many a shape, an infinite number of imaginative possibilities to our eyes. A clown or trapeze artist? I’ll bet there is such a cloud above…we keep our eyes affixed steadily to these lovely fair-weather clouds!

  8. Wonderful imaging here, MMT. I can easialy visualize your dancing elders just off the camera’s view. 🙂
    The hills there around Jalisco are very similar to those in our Texas Hill Country.
    ..

  9. Terrific shadow shot! And what a beautiful scene/place! And, yes, it is easy to imagine the dancing elders! Hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

  10. I like the way it looks as if the tree is leaning to the left to let us see the hills in the background.

  11. I like the idea of a carnival of clouds and chanting shadows. I’m dancing along with the elders. 😉

    Paz

  12. Beautiful shadow shot.

    Soft shade of shadows at Nostalgic Marvelingplease come and see. Have a great weekend!

  13. Great view and shadows!

    Happy weekend!
    Alissa

  14. You make the desert seem very appealing.

  15. Beautiful photo and words. I love the way the single tree stands on the step like ground in front of the mountains.

  16. great foreshadow…but i love the tree in the background the most.

  17. Your always alert of those beautiful things you see around.

    I always love and envied how you captured such great shots.

    Anyhow, you always rocks, Maam, while am silence for so long. Hope to see again.

    Have a blessed SSS…
    /chie 4evah

  18. Such a peaceful scene. There is something about the desert that is so mystical. You have captured that in this shot.

  19. So beautiful.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  20. We can imagine the dance…perfect words for the shadow!

  21. It looks pretty shadow shot. happy SSS!

  22. smukt og himmelsk.. Du må have en god søndag 🙂

  23. I just love love this. Peace snuck into my heart and there I sense it will stay. Beautiful picture as well. Wow.

  24. Love the ‘ancient shadows’

    Excellent desert landscape.

    SHELL SHADOW

    http://hootin–anni.blogspot.com/2011/01/shadowy-existence-amongst-dust.html

    Hope your weekend has been treating you well.

  25. I love this shaded beauty, remembering summer is one thing that winter does instill in us, it gives us pause to dream of what’s to come…the warm dry airs of a season loved…beautiful!

  26. Very nice. Looks like the perfect place to stop and rest during a long hike, or maybe to sit an meditate.

  27. This photo give me a warm feeling, and I would love to sit in that shadow reading a good book. Lovely photo!

  28. Beautiful place and fantastic shadows.

  29. It seems that it is easy to sense the energy that is there from those of the past.

  30. I love the carnival of clouds!

  31. A magical little haiku to complement the light and shadow desert worlds!

  32. Lovely image and and haiku.

  33. Loved your blog, thank you for your posting.

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