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Dry golden leaves watch… beautifully done on both counts, Seonaid! Thank you for sharing 🙂
My pleasure Paula, and thanks to you for reading 🙂
Perfect seasonal haiku. I feel suddenly calm
The true nature of haiku!
That’s such a lovely comment Gilly 🙂
Watery silk slooshing and slipping over granite – what a beautiful contrast Seonaid !
Love your Haiku .
Thank you Poppy, the contrasts were wonderful…..so much energy and noise in the water, it was exhilarating 🙂
I do not often understand haiku but this I did. : )
That’s wonderful to hear, and what a great compliment 🙂
It was a place full of contrasts, wonderful for haiku inspiration!
Pretty … eye candy. D
That’s a great way of putting it.
Waterfalls are hard to catch in interesting ways…..they can all end up looking a bit samey!
Now THATS a good haiku.
Thank you so much, lovely to hear you enjoyed it 🙂
Feel like touching it!
It’s a long way down onto very sharp rocks!
I scrambled about in the rapids above and below the falls though 🙂
Your words, the photo, speak loudly. Beautiful.
Thank you 🙂
Such a stunning photo.
It’s a really beautiful waterfall, up in the Hermitage in Perthshire.
Silky water on a bone cold day with great Haiku, who can ask for more? Great post!
Good night from Bonn
Oh thank you.
This means the frozen fingers and toes were worth it!
I do love a nice silky water shot….and I didn’t even have my filter with me 🙂
Water like silk – excellent
Thank you, and all without a filter….I’d left it at home 🙂
Great Haiku, beautiful photo!
Thank you, it was a bone cold day 🙂