Hi Delwyn:I love wisteria. Does it grow in Australia? I am especially captivated by paths under a tunnelled ceiling of the cascading blooms.Lovely images to accompany the haiku.
kawase hiroshige and buson. they created the deepest and richest renderings of people and nature. truly beautiful delwyn! steven
Lovely, Delwyn. I know so little about Japanese art, yet I love these exquisite paintings.
Oh I love these. I love wisteria.Been missing you.
Wonderful wisteria block prints. I'll have to go back to the exhibit of prints at the art museum and see if there are any prints with wisteria. It seems like such a natural subject for Japanese prints. . . so graceful and flowing.
Love the first depiction -beautiful and dreamy!
You have such a great collection of pictures that works so well with your words! :)
Ummm, I can smell wisteria through your words and your beautiful pictures. So good to hear your voice here Delwyn :)
A very dream-like and soothing post, Delwyn!
A beautiful, calming post, Delwyn. Have a peaceful weekend.
Possible the most beauitful haiku I have ever read in my life :)Very beautiful.Pictures are eye dazzling. I am hoping to travel to Japan next year.
steven, martin, jeanette,lovely to see you again, thanks forcalling by,Happy days
The first image of an arch bridge framed by the wisteria is most lovely. A long while ago, I embroidered a scene of Japanese ladies under the wisteria. I love creepers and wish wisteria can be planted in tropical locales.
always liked that vine...might have to look into getting a bit of it for the garden
Lovely post, Delwyn. I'm guessing that austral wisteria is blossoming about now. I love it when it blossoms here in the spring about 6 months from now.....
Hi, nice to meet you, Delwyn. I've come to know your blog by Wanda's introduction. I do love your photography, your choice of haiku and images.Come to think of it that you're in Australia, the weather seems to be like May in my place when wisteria both cultivated and wild bloom fragrantly.Recently the scent of fragrant olive, which comes nowhere, delights me.
A poem of longing, Delwyn. Nice to hear from you!
Very pretty. Wisteria is so pretty when in bloom. This poem would sound the same with honeysuckle inserted. Nice.
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Hi Delwyn. I love the wisteria theme! We have a wild, indigenous tree wisteria that flowers around about now in Botswana - quite stunning!I have been trying to catch up on your past blogposts (have been offline for way too long!) there is just so much to read, but I'm enjoying it all :)
Hi, I am still in Montana but the workshop is over and I fly home later today. The haiku is beautiful, and your images of the stroll along the Noosa River are wonderful.. I wish I could be there.
Lovely!We have a wisteria growing on a pergola in our courtyard..it's my favorite! I wish it smelled better, though! LOL!
It is lovely to see the wisteria calmly overhanging. This haiku is perfectly fitting for the peaceful atmosphere with the pale purple・・・wisteria.The drum bridges, which we call Taiko bashi in Japanese, are also very lovely.Have a good day.
I love haikus. Saying so much in so little words. Thank you for this one, and the pictures! Love from Germany!
Thanks for sharing beautiful ukiyoe.
Beutiful images - thanks! :)
That first card is a thing of beauty and peace. I could stare at it for hours. I planted some wisteria for the first time this year, and now, I can't wait till next spring!
What a lovely blog you have here: soft colors, lovely pictures, quiet words.
I love wisteria. We used it have it completely covering a deck.
You have provided wonderful artwork with the haiku. Such sensory appeal.
I love the artwork you've presented here; it has a quality of purity and innocence about it.Wisteria is one of the things I miss about Louisiana. We don't have a lot of that here in New Mexico.
I can never quite accustom myself to the upsidedownness of the Northern and Southern hemispheres. Our wisteria vine is bare now, and we are all about the falling leaves. But in May . . .
Hello. It is elegant ukiyoe... There seems to be a lot of time there. Thank you. ruma
I just love the images!They are the picture poems!
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