Friday, February 10, 2012

                      Orange, teal, magenta
                 gently blowing in the breeze
                     purple,lime green, pink

linked to recuerda mi corazon
Haiku my heart

20 comments:

  1. Oh wow... this makes me long for Spring/Summer even more! Your haiku and photo warm my heart!

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  2. just seeing this takes me back to our mornings together in san miguel de allende.
    we will always have our brave awakening, our bold sweet flowering!

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  3. Lovely to wake up to this morning Gemma!
    Great photo and words. Hugs ♥♥

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  4. ahhhhh, there is not much I love more than picado papeles against a blue blue sky!!

    x..x

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  5. orange, teal, magenta......I need some help with painting my outdoor shrine! I want to bright Mexican type colours.. can you help me?

    I love these flags, what are they made from?

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  6. Gorgeous photo and great haiku...love those colour blowing in the breeze.

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  7. magical haiku with all the colors ~ awesome photo ~ namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  8. a beautiful photo, a colorful memory.

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  9. Paper papeles. Ah, love your photo and haiku.

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  10. This is a delight, colored prayers through that portal to the sky...

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  11. I love it. We just painted out living room and I made shelves to display our Las Dias artwork for a permanent year-round display. (Post on this soon I hope). We have tissue paper cut-outs and the thought came to use them year-round as well. So colorful and they lighten our lives. You have brightened my day here.

    Peace

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  12. Makes me long for a trip South of the Border.

    Darla

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  13. So beautiful! I would love to make some for my patio!
    LOVE LOVE ~* Are these paper? Material?

    Kim

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  14. Doesn't San Miguel de Allende totally burn itself into your heart forever? What a wonderful sight!

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  15. These are wonderful and so is your haiku! Also loved your theme at IA! I don't usually get aound to participating but i had to this week!

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  16. Your haiku described your picture well. I like magenta.

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