prickly world senryu haiga

Linked to the One Four Challenge at Robyn’s Fine Art, where our task is to take one image and edit it four different ways over four weeks.  




An interesting perspective on a snowy pine tree. 


week four final

I went simple this week — cropped, framed, sharpened.  🙂

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20 thoughts on “in this prickly world (senryu / photo edit)

  1. I think the simplicity of your final photo fits the (traditional) nature of haiku perfectly, so it got my (ever so late) vote.

    A prickly world indeed – and a fine blending of phrase and image 🙂


    • Thanks for the vote! Interesting to look back at these photo edits — in May! I completely missed the May series — hoping to try again in June. And also quite funny to see a snowy pine against a (new) background of ferns! LOL

      Thanks Blake — 🙂
      And you know — even sometimes when you think you find that one soft place — there’s still a lot of “prickly” surrounding it. Ah well.


  2. So nice and simple with a very fitting poem. Well done this month, though I do prefer wk one. That is my favorite because it is so different, and really an unexpected bit of magic on a pine tree. Plus I think it makes you wonder the most, gets your imagination working. 🙂


    • Thanks so much! This is very helpful feedback!
      I really like the first, too – and the stars – but people were asking for something simpler – so – I took what felt like a bit of a risk! It’s good to know that it worked out 😀

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        • Yes indeed!
          Had a photography class tonight. So overwhelmed with new information! But perhaps it’ll make for some great risks for April’s One-Four. o.O


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