Haiga 2017-024-30doh: The Color Of Barking

©2017 red fence blossoms 1 sml 6x


That the haiga may be seen and read as intended, all in one image, I no longer post the haiku separately beneath the haiga, in addition to being within the work.

Today’s Prompt for 30 Days of Haiga (which you are not required to use):

2017-024-30doh [for Sept. 24]
Northern Hemisphere: fences or fence or fence post(s)
Southern Hemisphere: fences or fence or fence post(s)

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The Next Three prompts, for 30 Days of Haiga, September 2017:


2017-025-30doh [for Sept. 25]
Northern Hemisphere: umbrella or umbrellas or umbrella-less
Southern Hemisphere: umbrella or umbrellas or umbrella-less

2017-026-30doh [for Sept. 26]
Northern Hemisphere: seeds or seed
Southern Hemisphere: seeds or seed

2017-027-30doh [for Sept. 27]
Northern Hemisphere: fog
Southern Hemisphere: fog


For additional information on 30 Days of Haiga 2017, and how to participate, please see the posts from the last few days of August 2017.


8 thoughts on “Haiga 2017-024-30doh: The Color Of Barking

    • aloha Cara. cool. yes, i like casting a very wide net of linking up to prompts. the way i see it, if i can see the link, it counts, whether anyone else can see it or not. way fun. aloha r.

    • aloha Gabrielle. yeah, exactly. this yard (a neighbor’s) is always full of beautiful color (and food plants too). and yeah about the color of barking. altho it can be blue at times and yellow at times and. . . .well. . . .just about every color under the universe of color. at least that’s what i suspect. ahem, as for mustard yellow. . . .ha. yeah, i would have to agree—at times. ehewwwwwww. . . .bwhahahahha. thank you. aloha r.

    • aloha Renee. this is actually a neighboring house. it’s always a delight to walk past it on my urbane walks. of course the dog when i return to my own house often greets me with excitement, colorfully barking. fun thank you. aloha r.

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