Garden Triptych

triptych2aFrom simple outline
Plans are lifted off the page
To make a garden

From simple outline plans are lifted off the page
Plans are lifted off the page to make a garden

Joining in with Ronovan’s haiku challenge (challenge words lift and plan) and Sandra at Wild Daffodil‘s photo challenge (challenge word outline). Thanks to both of them for hosting.

 

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15 Responses to Garden Triptych

  1. Oh! This is so good! What a perfect combination of the two challenges plus linking in with your garden – I LOVE it!

    • Cathy says:

      Thanks Sandra – as soon as I was reminding of your challenge word I was thinking along those lines so ‘map’ for one of haiku words was a gift!

  2. rickii says:

    Never have been much of a planner, but just helped a friend make a plan. It was fun…next time.

  3. It is fascinating to see this map of your garden. I have often wondered how you get so much on such a thin slice of land. Now I see it extends quite a long way with a turn too. Interesting. You have made so much beauty in this space. Love your haiku too.

  4. Denis1950 says:

    The haiku is wonderful Cathy and matches the imagery perfectly.

  5. Very nice! Great imagery.

  6. Your poem is fun and I liked seeing the plan, Cathy. The tab tip was useful too, thank you, I enjoyed looking behind the scenes of your lovely garden. I find with home page blogs it’s easy to forget there’s a sheaf of interesting pages.

    • Cathy says:

      Thanks Kate – I will sometimes refer to the map for EOMV as I know how useful I find maps when I am reading articles about a garden. Sometimes it is impossible to visualise how it all fits together without one

  7. Denis1950 says:

    Hi Cathy. I have dug up an older post that connects to your photo challenge title, so please accept, https://haikuhound.wordpress.com/2014/11/30/signs/

    • Cathy says:

      I will pass your link onto Wild Daffodil who is one of the people co-ordinating the photo challenge – your post certainly fitted the challenge!

  8. Pingback: Photo Challenge Round Up: Outline | Wild Daffodil

  9. You brought an OUTLINE to life here. Wonderful!

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