A Surfer Ku Postcard and a Wet-Sky Haibun Day


wave birds
the edge of flight
under foot

Digital Drawing and Painting
4.5 x 6.5 Inches @ 300 ppi
Zen Brush App
ArtStodio App
ScratchCam App
iPad 2

Wet-Sky Haibun Day

Tropical Storm Flossie—a pattern of rain that alternates between broken blue, thunder grey, sunlit passages and down pouring wet sky.

I have (extremely slow) net access.

Between near zero visibility and veils of distant rain I visit Kilauea Lighthouse with great seabird views and a small fascinating cemetery where the first Japanese immigrant to Hawai’i (1868, according to the stone there) is buried in Anahola, Kauai—Arai Bungo 1844-1925.

And of course the surf birds are plentiful, even though big surf advisories are up.

tropical storm trail
through the broken summer sky
bright Venus tonight

%d bloggers like this: