the fiction and poetry of sarah hina
Great tie ins between the pics and the words. You definitely see things in a different light than most of us.
Superb writing as always and I love the "A half-clothed lady unveilingflamenco rhythms" picture.Paul
I love the visions! Each like a little meditation.The picture of the tree-tunneled bikes is especially beautiful. :)Thank you for taking us along on your walk and in your thoughts.
Charles, I think that having the camera has helped in some respect. That drive to focus in on something gets the wheels turning. :) Paul, thank you! That tree was definitely letting loose. ;)Jason, I had the best time taking photos this weekend. Fall really is a gift for us. I liked the bike photo best, too. It was sweet serendipity that those two came riding along that quiet pathway. :)
Perfect fusion of words and pics! Stunning!
I agree-- the photo of the cyclists is gorgeous. Looks like it should be on a travel brochure. I really like how you used color as the theme, but not a single word evokes Crayola! Mature colors... just lovely!
Beautiful... a perfect match between words and images...The "half-clothed lady" goes more to my heart...
Billy, so good to see you here again!! :) Thanks, my friend. Aine, I like your "mature colors." I did want to burnish the images with some kind of reflective meaning. And thanks for the compliment! Does it make you want to visit? ;) Vesper, thank you--I've seen many a gorgeous shot on your blog, too! In terms of what the words convey, the lady might be my favorite, too. :)
Sarah what a nice format. It is like a goodnight story. "All lulled to sleep by awind's whispered carols." I just want to say...shhhhh, goodnight.Impressive imagery throughout, and magazine worthy photos.
Goodnight, Fall instead of Goodnight, Moon. I like that, K! And thanks for the kind words about the photos! I love my new camera. It really has opened up another dimension for me in terms of awareness and focus. And brought fresh inspiration to my writing. :)
I love how Jason put it--they *are* like little meditations!So beautiful....
You know, half the time I sound like a broken record when I comment on your writing. Because I love it so much and I'm not as lyrical and can't come up with enough witty ways to tell you how much I love your writing. But I did have to tell you how much I loved this post. I adore the pictures. They are really breathtaking. And each caption is absolutely perfect - almost telling a little story. I hope you do more of these. These were absolute favorites of mine!
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