2014– a personal view

January    flies

Digital Camera  February

                  March        071 

           April Lunar Eclipse 027 DSCF5141

Easter Sunday  – Mt. Eccles, Victoria 075

May -The Buddha Moon – Wesak  003 

  river poem

June  prayer flags 

                                      July  bridge haiku

   024 - Copy  August

September     DSCF4738

October Lunar Eclipse    022 - Copy


November 016

                       December     Untitled-3


20 thoughts on “2014– a personal view

    1. Thanks Jo. Putting some my haiga together in one post here has inspired me to get a book together. I’ll let everyone when I’ve achieved it. Thanks for your encouragement.

    1. Thanks so much for your encouragement. I am planning to do such a book sometime soon. It’s a question of sitting down and getting serious about editing and layout. It’s definitely high on my to do list.

    1. Thanks Paula. These are difficult times but there is lots of light, love and laughter to be caught if we open to it that’s for sure.

  1. A great way to encapsulate a year, Suzanne, and also your creativity during the year. I don’t know how I’ll audit the year, but I’m home alone tonight, so I’ll begin reflecting. The year has been a whirlwind of action – even my obsessive diary-keeping has taken a break, although blogging hasn’t! Your reflectiveness prompts me back into that mode. A heron and a rainbow are good starting places. Thanks for images and words.

  2. I am amazed, Suzanne! What a beautiful, original and inspirational way to look back at the departing year! I really enjoyed your artistic and personal touch through the photos and words on this post.

    1. Thanks Amanda. The post was created by selecting haiga I wrote through the year. I went through my archives and found one that I made in a particular month that seemed the best one to sum up my experiences of the month. I’m really glad you like it.

    1. Thanks Sally. I realised after I posted here that all the haiga reflected nature in some way. I live in a country town and nature is on my doorstep 🙂 Thanks for your good wishes for the coming year. All the best to you to

    1. Hi – thanks for visiting again. I wrote the haiku during the year – last night I shifted through the archives and found ones that reflected my experiences during each month 🙂

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