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Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona

twilight to twilight
searching for caterpillars
on red silk flowers


Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on February 25, 2013, in Arizona, Blue Monday, Carpe Diem, haiga, haiku, I Heart Macro, Macro Monday, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 24 Comments.

  1. The sky is such a lovely shade of blue.

    Have a good Blue Monday.

  2. If you were going for a profound and ineffable sadness, you hit the mark with this one. How you got that feeling in all three lines is nothing short of amazing!
    Ten Minute Mile

  3. caterpillars
    eat flowers emerge from silk
    avoid silk flowers


  4. Both photo and haiku are excellent.

  5. It’s amazing … loved the visual and the emotions in your words !!!

  6. I like that very much … a touch of colour in the desert !

  7. That’s a very beautiful composition, i can’t imagine seeing that big red color of a flower in the desert. At the thumbnail, i thought it is an underwater creature.

  8. Nice composition. I assume you brought the flower yourself for this purpose with very good result. Thanks for showing.

  9. Excellent photo and haiku ~ …doing the impossible on silk flowers ? ^_^

  10. beautiful shot! Flower itself seems too lost to host caterpillars.

  11. Wonderful shot and words of a lost flower.

  12. Olá,
    Muito bonito!!!
    Bjs fraternos de paz

  13. What a great find. Happy RT2.

    My entries:
    Liz (mcn)
    Liz (mot)

  14. O the sadness of lost flowers 🙂 I love it,

  15. Delightful haiku MMT and a wonderful photo.

  16. What a gorgeous picture !

  17. Love that bright spot of color in the middle of the desert!
    Happy REDnesday,

  18. What an ambiguous looking piece of trash to get hung-up like that on a desert twig! Did you shoot other views of it, I wonder? Unusual image to think about.

  19. Beautiful photo and haiku!

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