PhotoKu No More.

Due to a lot of things going on with my health I have made the very stomach churning decision to discontinue the PhotoKu Challenge. I have messaged someone about taking it over if they like. So perhaps it will be seen again and in a better form. The person I have asked is very talented with photography and very enthusiastic about Haiku as well. I am hoping for the best.

 

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RonovanWrites Weekly #PhotoKu Challenge #25 Clouds&Shouting

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Welcome to PhotoKu!

#23

I am seriously excited about this new direction the challenge is taking. Some great people involved have made suggestions and I have listened. I have looked at the great photography of everyone and decided I limited people in what they could do. Then one suggested the name PhotoKu, or at least I think they did. Now one said why not give a verb and a noun as the challenge instead of two nouns. In all honesty I didn’t even realize I had started doing that.

 

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here. I know you will be using photography but you need to have the Haiku in words at some point.

I prefer no words or numbers of any kind to appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind. I believe this forces one to be more creative.

Below is my original example of how to do a haiku with images. People have become a lot more creative with using their photography. This is just to show you a basic layout and give you an idea of how things might look. Check out our previous participants to see how it’s really done.

Visit Blog it or Lose it and Through the Eye of Bastet to see how you might can do this.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge;

  • You create your own PhotoKu before Noon on the Sunday following the posting of this challenge,
  • Then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

The Prompt Words are:

Smile&Shine

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line?

 

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RonovanWrites Weekly #PHOTOgraphy #haiKU ReCap #24 #PhotoKu

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REWIND #24

Click the site names to see the PhotoKu for each.

The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Smile & Shine. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea.

 

Jen of Blog It or Lose It: I think this one should be called Joseph’s Star. One of her best. Check out the poetry. There are two and the second one is amazing. I love poetry that is also an image.

@jrosenberry1

BlogItorLoseIt


Michelle of Chasing Life and Finding Dreams: Smile With Your Heart. Love the smiles. MichelleLunatoPhotography.WordPress.com

@MichelleLunato

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Patty of I Am Not Sick Boy: The Light Dims. Ah, a photoku that could easily have went with my Haiku Prompt Challenge. Great words and the photo really pulls at the heart.

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Ronovan

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Photography #Haiku Challenge #24 Smile&Shine

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Welcome to PhotoKu!

#23

I am seriously excited about this new direction the challenge is taking. Some great people involved have made suggestions and I have listened. I have looked at the great photography of everyone and decided I limited people in what they could do. Then one suggested the name PhotoKu, or at least I think they did. Now one said why not give a verb and a noun as the challenge instead of two nouns. In all honesty I didn’t even realize I had started doing that.

 

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here. I know you will be using photography but you need to have the Haiku in words at some point.

I prefer no words or numbers of any kind to appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind. I believe this forces one to be more creative.

Below is my original example of how to do a haiku with images. People have become a lot more creative with using their photography. This is just to show you a basic layout and give you an idea of how things might look. Check out our previous participants to see how it’s really done.

Visit Blog it or Lose it and Through the Eye of Bastet to see how you might can do this.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge;

  • You create your own PhotoKu before Noon on the Sunday following the posting of this challenge,
  • Then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

The Prompt Words are:

Smile&Shine

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line?

 

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RonovanWrites Weekly #PHOTOgraphy #haiKU ReCap #23 #PhotoKu

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REWIND #23

Click the site names to see the PhotoKu for each.

The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Slide & Snow. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea.

 

Jen of Blog It or Lose It: I think this one should be called Afternoon Sun.Definitely an accurate description. I should know that.

@jrosenberry1

BlogItorLoseIt


Michelle of Chasing Life and Finding Dreams: Joy in the Snow. I wish we had some of this right now. MichelleLunatoPhotography.WordPress.com

@MichelleLunato

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Patty of I Am Not Sick Boy: First Walk. I was so not expecting that image to pop. Too funny. Awesome!

patty

 


 

Georgia has expanded! We have Christmas Snow from The Eyes of Bastet. More site from bastet are Bastet and Sekhmet’s Library and Moon in the Heavens from Bastet’s Waka Library.

Bastet

 

 

 

 

See y’all next time,

Ronovan

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Photography #Haiku Challenge #23 Slide&Snow

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Welcome to PhotoKu!

#23

I am seriously excited about this new direction the challenge is taking. Some great people involved have made suggestions and I have listened. I have looked at the great photography of everyone and decided I limited people in what they could do. Then one suggested the name PhotoKu, or at least I think they did. Now one said why not give a verb and a noun as the challenge instead of two nouns. In all honesty I didn’t even realize I had started doing that.

 

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here. I know you will be using photography but you need to have the Haiku in words at some point.

I prefer no words or numbers of any kind to appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind. I believe this forces one to be more creative.

Below is my original example of how to do a haiku with images. People have become a lot more creative with using their photography. This is just to show you a basic layout and give you an idea of how things might look. Check out our previous participants to see how it’s really done.

Visit Blog it or Lose it and Through the Eye of Bastet to see how you might can do this.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge;

  • You create your own PhotoKu before Noon on the Sunday following the posting of this challenge,
  • Then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

The Prompt Words are:

Slide&Snow

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line?

 

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RonovanWrites Weekly #PHOTOgraphy #haiKU ReCap #22 #PhotoKu

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A New Name

REWIND #22

Click the site names to see the PhotoKu for each.

The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Spin & Wheels. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea.

 

Jen of Blog It or Lose It: I think this one should be called Remembering Vincent. I agree with one of the comments that this is probably her best one yet. Well it’s just so there, if you know what I mean. If not, go look.

@jrosenberry1

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Michelle of Chasing Life and Finding Dreams: The Art of Cars. Seriously awesome photos. Very well put together as well. Love it. Also check out MichelleLunatoPhotography.WordPress.com

@MichelleLunato

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Patty of I Am Not Sick Boy: Who Takes The Wheel. Like the Haiku and the image used takes you back in time a little. Nice.

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Mira of They, You and Me: Divine Intervention. You have to go see the photo her son took. Awesome. The Haiku goes perfect with it. Amazing.

mira


 

Georgia has expanded! We have Mountain Cabin from Bastet and Sekhmet’s Library and Moon in the Heavens from Bastet’s Waka Library.

Bastet

 

 

 

 

See y’all next time,

Ronovan

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Photography #Haiku Challenge #22 Spin&Wheels

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Welcome to PhotoKu!

#22

I am seriously excited about this new direction the challenge is taking. Some great people involved have made suggestions and I have listened. I have looked at the great photography of everyone and decided I limited people in what they could do. Then one suggested the name PhotoKu, or at least I think they did. Now one said why not give a verb and a noun as the challenge instead of two nouns. In all honesty I didn’t even realize I had started doing that.

 

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here. I know you will be using photography but you need to have the Haiku in words at some point.

I prefer no words or numbers of any kind to appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind. I believe this forces one to be more creative.

Below is my original example of how to do a haiku with images. People have become a lot more creative with using their photography. This is just to show you a basic layout and give you an idea of how things might look. Check out our previous participants to see how it’s really done.

Visit Blog it or Lose it and Through the Eye of Bastet to see how you might can do this.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge;

  • You create your own PhotoKu before Noon on the Sunday following the posting of this challenge,
  • Then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

The Prompt Words are:

Spin & Wheels

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line?

 

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RonovanWrites Weekly #PHOTOgraphy #HaiKU Rewind #21Climb&Heavens

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A New Name

REWIND #21

Click the site names to see the PhotoKu for each.

The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Climb & Heavens. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea.

 

Jen of Blog It or Lose It: I think this one should be called Stars from the Heavens. Loved it. This was an excellent one for sure..

@jrosenberry1

BlogItorLoseIt


Vashti of Vashti Quiroz-Vega: The Making of a Psycho. Author Vashti Quiroz-Vega one of my favorite people and a very early author interview of mine, somehow found time to do this while working on her latest book. I have no idea how. I guess everyone needs as break at times. Check out Vashti’s work on Amazon.

@VashtiQV

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Ronovan

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Photography #Haiku Challenge #21 Climb&Heavens

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Welcome to PhotoKu!

#21

I am seriously excited about this new direction the challenge is taking. Some great people involved have made suggestions and I have listened. I have looked at the great photography of everyone and decided I limited people in what they could do. Then one suggested the name PhotoKu, or at least I think they did. Now one said why not give a verb and a noun as the challenge instead of two nouns. In all honesty I didn’t even realize I had started doing that.

 

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here. I know you will be using photography but you need to have the Haiku in words at some point.

I prefer no words or numbers of any kind to appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind. I believe this forces one to be more creative.

Below is my original example of how to do a haiku with images. People have become a lot more creative with using their photography. This is just to show you a basic layout and give you an idea of how things might look. Check out our previous participants to see how it’s really done.

Visit Blog it or Lose it and Through the Eye of Bastet to see how you might can do this.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge;

  • You create your own PhotoKu before Noon on the Sunday following the posting of this challenge,
  • Then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

The Prompt Words are:

Climb & Heavens

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line?

 

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RonovanWrites Weekly #PHOTOgraphy #HaiKU Rewind 20 Table&Giving

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A New Name

And a New Badge

REWIND #20

Click the site names to see the PhotoKu for each.

The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Table & Giving. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea.

 

Georgia of Through The Eyes of Bastet : Sunshine Exodus Very appropriate for the time of year and a touch of humor. Loved it.

Bastet


 

Jen of Blog It or Lose It: I think this one should be called Life-Giving. Enjoyed the imagery here. Was somewhat appropriate in a way to the US.

@jrosenberry1

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Michelle (Nato) of Chasing Life and Finding Dreams and Michelle Lunato Photography: Thanksgiving Traditions. Full force to the Holiday use of the prompts. Pies or Cookies? Hmm . . .

@MichelleLunato

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I’m afraid the Holiday this past week took away some participation but never fear. Build it and they shall come . . . back . . . and eventually.

 

 

See y’all next time,

Ronovan

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RonovanWrites Weekly #PHOTOgraphy #HaiKU Rewind #19 Signal&Wave

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A New Name

And a New Badge

REWIND #19

Click the site names to see the PhotoKu for each.

The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Signal & Wave. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea.

 

New to the Family this Week!

Catherine M. Johnson of Catherine M. Johnson Feed Your Imagination Here: Okay do that last part might not be part of the name of her blog but I liked it and included it so live with it people! Don’t judge me! From her About Page: “Quick snippet: Originally from Yorkshire (UK), where I was an avid Formula 1 fan, trained in two martial arts. I shipped out to New Zealand with my greenhouse husband.  My two rascals were born in NZ and then we shipped out to Canada.” I call her PhotoKu Escaping Thanksgiving.

@CathM_Johnson 

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The Repeat Offenders


 

Georgia of Through The Eyes of Bastet : Finally a Signal Breaks. I loved the light through the bottles. I knew I could count on Georgia to be here for the first official PhotoKu.

Bastet


 

Jen of Blog It or Lose It: I think this one should be called Red Signal. You need to go check it out to find out why. Really like the different types of photographs used this week, from the textures to shades/tints/whatever the photographic term is.

@jrosenberry1

BlogItorLoseIt


 

Michelle (Nato) Lunato of Chasing Life and Finding Dreams: . She also has her site Michelle Lunato Photography. Nato also participates in the Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge. I call her PhotoKu Creator of Waves of Inspiration.

@michellelunato 

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See y’all next time,

Ronovan

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Photography #Haiku Challenge #20 Table&Giving

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Welcome to PhotoKu!

#20

I am seriously excited about this new direction the challenge is taking. Some great people involved have made suggestions and I have listened. I have looked at the great photography of everyone and decided I limited people in what they could do. Then one suggested the name PhotoKu, or at least I think they did. Now one said why not give a verb and a noun as the challenge instead of two nouns. In all honesty I didn’t even realize I had started doing that.

 

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here. I know you will be using photography but you need to have the Haiku in words at some point.

I prefer no words or numbers of any kind to appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind. I believe this forces one to be more creative.

Below is my original example of how to do a haiku with images. People have become a lot more creative with using their photography. This is just to show you a basic layout and give you an idea of how things might look. Check out our previous participants to see how it’s really done.

Visit Blog it or Lose it and Through the Eye of Bastet to see how you might can do this.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge;

  • You create your own PhotoKu before Noon on the Sunday following the posting of this challenge,
  • Then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

The Prompt Words are:

Table & Giving

The inspiration for the words this week is from it being Thanksgiving here in the United States. I didn’t want anyone to think I had gone off the deep end with these words.

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line?

 

 

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Photography #Haiku Challenge #19 Signal&Wave

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Welcome to PhotoKu!

#19

I am seriously excited about this new direction the challenge is taking. Some great people involved have made suggestions and I have listened. I have looked at the great photography of everyone and decided I limited people in what they could do. Then one suggested the name PhotoKu, or at least I think they did. Now one said why not give a verb and a noun as the challenge instead of two nouns. In all honesty I didn’t even realize I had started doing that.

 

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here. I know you will be using photography but you need to have the Haiku in words at some point.

I prefer no words or numbers of any kind to appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind. I believe this forces one to be more creative.

Below is my original example of how to do a haiku with images. People have become a lot more creative with using their photography. This is just to show you a basic layout and give you an idea of how things might look. Check out our previous participants to see how it’s really done.

Visit Blog it or Lose it and Through the Eye of Bastet to see how you might can do this.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge;

  • You create your own PhotoKu before Noon on the Sunday following the posting of this challenge,
  • Then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

The Prompt Words are:

Signal & Wave

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line?

 

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RonovanWrites Weekly #PHOTOgraphy #HaiKU Rewind #18 Bottles&Light

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A New Name

And a New Badge

REWIND #18

Click the site names to see the PhotoKu for each.

The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Bottles & Light. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea.

 

New to the Family this Week!

Michelle (Nato) Lunato of Chasing Life and Finding Dreams: The beautiful glass and light used are marvelous. Nato is a definite great addition to our family. She also has her site Michelle Lunato Photography. Nato also participates in the Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge.

@michellelunato 

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Georgia of Through The Eyes of Bastet : I loved the light through the bottles. I knew I could count on Georgia to be here for the first official PhotoKu.

Bastet

Jen of Blog It or Lose It: I like the sunset photos and where they came from in this one. Always nice to see that personal touch and have something to throw you back to a time. You’ll know what I mean when you read it.

@jrosenberry1

BlogItorLoseIt

 

See y’all next time,

Ronovan

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Photography #Haiku Challenge #18 Bottles&Light

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That’s right, a New Name and a New Badge for the Challenge!

Wordless just didn’t really fit what was trying to be done here. Sure, this is Haiku poetry without words but in truth I believe calling it Wordless Haiku almost handcuffed the creativity. So from this point on it’s going to be known as the;

Photography Haiku Challenge!

Yes, the first ever

PhotoKu!

#18

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here.

I prefer no words or numbers of any kind to appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind. I believe this forces one to be more creative.

Below is my original example of how to do a haiku with images. People have become a lot more creative with using their photography. This is just to show you a basic layout and give you an idea of how things might look. Check out our previous participants to see how it’s really done.

Visit Blog it or Lose it and Through the Eye of Bastet to see how you might can do this.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge;

  • You create your own Photography Haiku before Noon on the Sunday following the posting of this challenge,
  • Then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

If some of you would like a theme to prompt you what to begin thinking of you can perhaps use. . .

Bottles & Light

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line? You do not have to do the prompt, it is just a prompt to make you start thinking of things.

 

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Photography #Haiku Rewind #17 Cars&Bridges

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A New Name

And a New Badge

REWIND #17

Click the site names to see the Photography Haiku for each.

The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Cars & Bridges. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea.

 

Georgia of Through The Eyes of Bastet : Old cars and old structures. The History teacher in me geeked a little. Check these out. Seriously. People not visiting the people in this Haiku challenge are really missing out.

Bastet

Jen of Blog It or Lose It: People, go and check this out. Seriously, click on the image on the site and just look at it. Even if you don’t think of it as a Haiku you still see a story and get a feel. Definite atmosphere set. Awesome.

 

BlogItorLoseIt

 

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Ronovan

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RonovanWrites Weekly Wordless Haiku Challenge #17 Cars & Bridges

Wordless Haiku ChallengeI first want to thank DazzlingWhimsy for creating this badge for the challenge.

 

#17

This week I decided to make it a little easier. Why? To be honest there are such great photography being used I want to see what’s out there. And I thought these two words go together well, but also do present somewhat of a challenge to those using their own photography.

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here.

No words or numbers of any kind can appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind.

You can use just pictures and not put them in the format I have them here. I was being creative. The point of this is to have fun.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge; You created your own wordless Haiku for Wednesday or any day really, then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (or copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

If some of you would like a theme to prompt you what to begin thinking of you can perhaps use. . .

Cars & Bridges

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line? You do not have to do the prompt, it is just a prompt to make you start thinking of things.

 

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Wordless #Haiku Rewind #16

Wordless Haiku ChallengeBadge provided by Dazzling Whimsy.

 REWIND #16

Click the site names to see the Wordless Haiku for each.

The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Candy & Fruit. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea.

 

Georgia of Through The Eyes of Bastet : Enjoyed the use of color and black&white photos this week. A very good use to deliver the message.

Bastet

Jen of Blog It or Lose It: As soon as I saw this one I just loved it. The subject, the photos and the layout. I think primarily because the subject reminds me of one of the few things I actually do remember, I have amnesia for those who don’t know. This reminds me of my father making  something every year but he’s gotten on in years and can’t any longer, but I do have the memories of it.

 

BlogItorLoseIt

 

See y’all next time,

Ronovan

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RonovanWrites Weekly Wordless Haiku Challenge #16 Candy&Fruit

Wordless Haiku ChallengeI first want to thank DazzlingWhimsy for creating this badge for the challenge.

 

#16

The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here.

No words or numbers of any kind can appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind.

You can use just pictures and not put them in the format I have them here. I was being creative. The point of this is to have fun.

Moon Shadow of a Woman Tango DancersHeartbeat Stumbling Sign Man Falling Men Going in a BuildingHands in Shape of Heart Two arms with infinity tattoos

This is an example of one I created.

The Haiku was:

Moon Shadow Dancers

Heartbeats Stumble, falling in

Love Infinity

I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.

Here’s the challenge; You created your own wordless Haiku for Wednesday or any day really, then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (or copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.

I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.

 

If some of you would like a theme to prompt you what to begin thinking of you can perhaps use. . .

Candy & Fruit

What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line? You do not have to do the prompt, it is just a prompt to make you start thinking of things.

 

© Copyright-All rights reserved-RonovanWrites.wordpress.com.