Balloons

Seeds
 

Sonoran Desert near Wellton, Arizona
 


sun-blasted seed pods
ten thousand tiny balloons
bobbing in the breeze

 
Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on July 8, 2012, in Arizona, haiku, Himmelsk, One Single Impression, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Sky Watch Friday, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.

  1. I see these pods as giant butterfly chrysalides, bobbing and ready to reveal what’s inside.

  2. Wonderful imagination.

  3. Nice perspective…love that blue sky

  4. bobbing and blobbing but not blogging….. 🙂

  5. another beautiful shot of your blue and brown paradise

  6. You sure do get the most out of yer work, teacherman! way to go.

  7. ahhhhh the beauty of simple joy!

  8. Very calm and relaxing scene.

    My Shadows
    Have a blessed Sunday.

  9. always enjoy desert-scapes…..so simple and full at the same time…..with great take on balloon prompt…..

  10. Baloons of Nature ~ how creative ^_^ ( A Creative Harbor)

  11. What a serene and lovely image.

  12. Let the winds blow them all around, just like it does the big balloons!

    Peace

  13. Wonder what happens when you blow on them? Looks like a peaceful scene.

  14. i can see the balloons floating aimlessly, little dots in the sonoran sky.

  15. This is cool. the sky is hanging so low all the colours of the land are saturated instead of bleached. I like your balloon analogy. This is fun. The big bush on the right looks almost like it was painted there. I love the golds and rusts.

  16. What a great photo, and a lilting haiku!

  17. Great shot and beautiful haiku.

  18. If I’m not mistaken, they also do a wee bit of a rattling noise. I always love your visual and written presentations. Consistently stellar, I say.

  19. The desert is dry, but you have proved it isn’t dead!

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