Happy June

various playful expressions

of children in the mirror :

hydrangea

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3 Responses to “Happy June”

  1. Here’s what I get: you look at the big, round flower-heads of hydrangea, each with its own distinctive colour and tilt (expression) and you think they look like children pulling faces in a mirror. The photo shows a damselfly (same season), but is it perched on a hydrangea leaf? Or perhaps the children are trying to catch damselflies? Here the haiku-photo connection is very subliminal, but interesting. Imagine having a shadow with 6 legs!

  2. Richard Donovan Says:

    The damselfly could be looking at itself in the mirror (its shadow on the leaf).

  3. david mccullough Says:

    lovely use of the tombo to add to the mystery of the haiku

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