Monday, 18 January 2010

Mist and frosty dew

Autumn berries robed
in a winter coat of white
mist and frosty dew






















All credit goes to the wonderful and talented artists and photographers whose work is included here. Please click on the links to go to the artists' work - for Mosaic Monday

1. Untitled 2. Berries 3. In limbo 4. Package 5. The mean reds 6. Happy Valentine's Day 7. Untitled 8. Frail~ 9. Untitled 10. Misty wrapping 11. Weed jewelry 12. Untitled 13. Untitled

Haiku Week 2 - I received a challenge to join a group on flickr to post a picture with a haiku verse. A haiku is a Japanese poem composed of three unrhyming lines of five, seven and five syllables often reflecting on some aspect of the season or nature. This is my haiku for week 2

Have a fun week!

Carolyn ♥

26 comments:

bad penny said...

lovely - everything is muddy & messy here !

Diane said...

You see that is how everything should look when kissed by frost and winter, but as Penny says, after a couple of weeks of everything looking bright and white, it suddenly looks mucky and messy outdoors. Roll on those fresh shoots of green. xxxxx

Lawendula said...

Just nice! I love your mosaics! :)

Sea said...

Can't see the Haiku!
love the mosaic though

daisy said...

Gorgeous touches of red to brighten up the day. Fab!

daisy xx

Jasmine said...

Such a clever collection. I love the sidersweb and the leaf skeletons...

Twiglet said...

Love the winter pics and your haiku - how about this for my attempt...
Wipso and Twiglet
Have opened their new blog shop
Pop in some time soon!

Pom Pom said...

Simply lovely, again! I hope your week bumps along happily and joyfully!

JP said...

love the photos as always - i always find your photos restful - even with lots of red

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

Thanks for all your lovely comments and very good haiku Twiglet (gold star)

Sea - this is my haiku - it's above the mosaic:

Autumn berries robed
in a winter coat of white
mist and frosty dew

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

Pure pleasure - to see and read! Lesley x

elsy said...

beautiful winter mosaics

Jacky said...

Red, red, red .... love those gorgeous little berries peeking through their snowy robes.

I just love your haiku. I have started doing a haiku for my journal entries since your last post. I had forgotten how much I love them.

Enjoy your snowy wonderland.

Jacky xox

Gez said...

Hi Carolyn beautiful mosaic (love the spider webs) & I love your verse. You are very good at these. Well Done.

Guess what!! our snow has all gone...for now!

Best wishes, love Gez.xx

Mathyld / encore petite said...

Oooh, thanks for including my little fabric-house in this lovely mosaic !
x x x
___mathyld___

Hens Teeth said...

A tonic for the tired old eyes C. x

Wipso said...

Hi Carolyn.
Always love your blog. Was gonna tell you about the launch of our blog shop but I see clever old Twiglet has announced it as a Haiku :-) Feel free to drop in and leave us feedback on what you think of it.
http://sisterscraftycreations.blogspot.com/
A x

Kickcan and Conkers said...

Beautiful as always - crisp, fresh and uplifting :)

Itch2stitch.com said...

Beautiful photos... with a much needed flash of red! suzie. xxx

A bird in the hand said...

That's how winter should be. Alas, it's just grey here... xoxo

meplusmolly said...

Fab mosaic as always. Thank you v much for the class info! ;0 x

imac said...

Nice work, Its just a fruity invasion?.lol.

white black red said...

Hi Carolyn - what a lovely find coming across your blog! I love this image and all the work that you do - I have included you on my blogroll and have highlighted this too! I hope you don't mind!

Cathy said...

Lovely Haiku Carolyn and lovely mosaic as always. We all complain about some aspects of winter but it produces such gorgeous images.

Maria Dent said...

A brilliant blog as per-usual!I have nominated you a Sunshine Blog Award. x

libbyquilter said...

another wonderful haiku~!~ this one may be my favorite so far~!~although it's getting harder to choose a favorite with each one that you add~!~

you've inspired me to do a little haiku practice on my own blog and it was so much fun that i will definately do more~!!~

:)
libbyQ