Authentic expression; staying close to what is real and sacred @ gemmashouse
How nice! Are they heralding Spring?
I love hummingbirds. But, you know that.Wish I could see them here.
Thank you for dropping in at my blog Gemma, i luv your little window visitor, have a nice Fridaymuch love...
oh! sweet harbinger of spring!!
these amazing creatures i wonder if they know how they affect us just by a visit... i purposely grow bee balm in front of my windows just so i can see them roar.... a most beautiful painting... http://pieceofpie.wordpress.com/2014/03/28/money_to_burn-hmh/
Beautiful art work of the hummingbird and lovely haiku ~ Happy Weekend to you ~ xxxartmusedog and carol
Hi Gemma. Your hummingbird is awesome. We get so many and they are so territorial. There is always sugared water for them when they visit early in the morn and late afternoon. Very nice Haiku.:)
I am not sure if we have hummingbirds here in Australia. I know we have honey eaters, but they are not the same species as the hummingbird. I know we have kingfishers too.. our kookaburra is a kingfisher :) - you are sooo talented in your haiku, for the life of me, I can never write one that makes any sense
dear gemma,i love it when the air warms and suddenly flutters with the arrival of hummingbirds. love yours; and YOU. xoxo
Love your hummingbird and Haiku. I don't have much luck with them. Maybe I will give it another try. I would love to see some outside my studio window!
I saw the woodpecker today!not quite the same thing,but I ♥ birds!and I ♥ yourYUMmingbird :)