Tamarisk at dusk photo IMG_5722tamariskatdusk_zpsb03e4c37.jpg
Tamarisk (salt cedar) trees glowing at sundown, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona

ragged flute player
hidden among tamarisks
piping one thin note

Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on December 14, 2013, in 5-7-5, Arizona, Carpe Diem, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, sundown, sunset, tamarisk and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. I can hear it………..

  2. Yes-dreamy photo! Looks like an oil painting. I can just hear that ragged flute player…

  3. Yes, I can hear it, too!! Lovely colors and a terrific capture as always! Enjoy your weekend!

  4. Incredible. Pure gold! And gold-medal worthy!

  5. The lilting sound of the flautist exists somewhere in the glow of the warm desert – it feels as the trees are following the sound of the flute, moving toward the horizon in unison. Music soothes the soul in fora and fauna alike…

  6. this looks like a painting MMT!! Beautiful!!

  7. Beautiful golden light. Love the haiku!

  8. I agree the image is spectacular, and the haiku gives me quavers 😉

    The Philosopher

  9. and we all groove on that one thin note, teacher… Splendid.

  10. he could probably use some lessons////

  11. One thin note on one distinct path, or is that two?

  12. because his throat is dry? lovely golden lighting!

  13. What a gorgeous shot, like a painting. And I like the haiku, too.

  14. What a delightful colors and relaxing shadows!

  15. WOW! What a gorgeous photo … and that haiku is a masterpiece.

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