An afternoon photo from the Highway to Eagle, Idaho. I took this from the car
and then ran it through the app called Waterlogue, which, in this case,
reduced it to essentials. I wold like to make a drawing with
about the same proportion of white to black lines to smudges of blue.
Here is a haiku from the person who first taught us about haiku:
In deepest winter
I only think about it--
a hometown visit
Floating Dreams, edited by Garry Gay.
Two Autumns Press, 2001, n.p.
If you haven't tried writing haiku, give yourself permission!