2016-006-30doh Thirty Days of Haiga ~ Day 6: Low Winter

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firewood
the pile too low
before winter

As a side note: I write my haiku beneath the haiga as well only because I know on some devices the image itself may be small, making the haiku difficult to read. Ideally the haiku should be easily read within the haiga itself.

Haiga is haiku placed within an image as a balanced component of the composition.

The Prompt for 2016-006-30doh [for Sept. 6]:

6- 2016-006-30doh [for Sept. 6]
Northern Hemisphere: things you never get done (it’s okay we all do that)
Southern Hemisphere:  things you never get done (it’s okay we all do that)

Today’s haiga Link Box is for September 6:

The next three days of prompts:

7- 2016-007-30doh [for Sept. 7]
Northern Hemisphere: harvesting
Southern Hemisphere:  planting

8- 2016-008-30doh [for Sept. 8]
Northern Hemisphere: railroads or trains
Southern Hemisphere:  railroads or trains

9- 2016-009-30doh [for Sept. 9]
Northern Hemisphere: mint
Southern Hemisphere:  mint

You are invited to play as often as possible. The introduction and more information has been posted in previous posts on the last few days of August 2016. Click the header image at the top of this post and scroll down.

Thank you for your patience and playing in 30 Days of Haiga—aloha, rick

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