#001-30doh. Avocado Autumn ~ #010 August 2014 – Haiga and Haibun; Plus The Start of 30 Days of Haiga ~ September 2014

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Hunter/Gatherer 2014


two days ago eleven avocados fell. some years I gather plenty of avocados from the tree. some years not so much. this year I do not count them on the tree. only as they fall. the first avocado fell on August 9. in 20 days 30 avocado have fallen. and I still do not count those left on the tree. one year I collected 57 avocado this way. this will be a year like that. they are not as big this year as that year. most this year are in the 2-4 pound range. they are good avocado. last week I took 18 bananas and 6 avocado to four neighbor families. some days I take a few to other places.

avocado autumn
I listen to the birds
this morning

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Digital Drawing and Painting

  • 6.5 x 4.5 Inches @ 300 ppi
  • Zen Brush App
  • ArtStudio App
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 12

Haiga and Haibun are two of the many Haiku and Related Forms in the field of poetry.

Haiga as I see it is image which includes haiku as part of the image—image and haiku as one work.

Haibun as I see it is prose, poetic prose or poetry (other than haiku) plus one or more haiku.

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Welcome to the Start of 30 Days of Haiga
September 1, 2014

Prompt #001:

#001. [for Sept. 1] Use the early autumn/spring kigo phrase “remaining heat” (Northern Hemisphere); “still cold” (Southern Hemisphere)

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The Prompts for the next three days follow. Simply add your response to the Inlinkz box that will be provided on the appropriate day:

#002. [for Sept. 2] Use the early autumn/spring kigo phrase “coming of autumn” (Northern Hemisphere); “coming of spring” (Southern Hemisphere)

#003. [for Sept. 3] Dogs or Mars (the planet)

#004. [for Sept. 4] Island(s)

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