Wordless Moon ~ Haiga for NaPoWriMo Day 25 (and) The Moon Viewing Party
beneath the hazy moon
- 8 x 12 Inches @ 300 ppi
- Nikon D80 Digital Camera
- Epson Perfection V300 Photo Scanner
- Adobe Photoshop Elements 6
My contribution to the National Poetry Writing Month and Day 25 has again drifted away from the prompt “a ballad” for NaPoWriMo—April 2013.
“Hazy Moon” is a seasonal word or kigo which indicates the season of spring. Cherry blossoms can indicate spring as well however where I live the only cherry trees I can grow are Surinam Cherries and they bloom from mid-winter to mid-summer here.
Note: The moon is bright in all it’s fullness and The Moon Viewing Party is on—see the full party on the Haiku Bandit Society blog. It’s fun and you are invited.
Be fun—Write Haiku or other Poetry every day in April (as well as all year round) – Aloha