Haiku and Photography

It’s simple.

  • Take a photo.
  • It doesn’t matter how good it is.
  • Look at it later, on a large screen and begin to study the things you failed to notice when the camera was out.
  • Let some ideas flow. It’s up to you whether you stick to the Haiku format or just have a post-photo ramble.
  • Write about it and you will discover its meaning – the meaning that made you take the photo – but now you can define that meaning.

A few I have done.

Enjoy.

Published by Clive La Pensée

Clive La Pensée, ex-science teacher, recognised writer on history of beer, novelist, expressionist, dreamer, believer in never giving up, empathiser, hopeful for a future without class, gender or racial prejudice. It's tough and at the moment, one has to remember distance travelled, rather than where we are at.

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