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Saturday, 9 June 2012

low evening light —
a piece of the willow’s bark
becomes a treecreeper  

12 comments:

sandy said...

Oh yes, they do! I usually only see them if they are moving.

Frank... said...

Thanks for stopping by Sandy. Much appreciated...

Lorraine said...

OUtstanding, I feel peace and awe visiting here

Frank... said...

Thanks for stopping by Lorraine and your kind comments...

Gillena Cox said...

lovely bird; good camouflage feature


much love...

Frank... said...

Thanks for stopping by Gillena. Much appreciated...

Rudi Pfaller said...

How lucky you must be to have such a experience. I don't remember when I saw a treecreeper (in German "Baumläufer") which is able to creep upside down.
Your haiku describes very well the camouflage and magic transformation.

I like it.
Best wishes
Rudi

Frank... said...

Thanks for stopping by and your comments Rudi. Much appreciated...

Adelaide said...

Photo and haiku, both well done.

Adelaide

Frank... said...

Thanks for stopping by Adelaide. Much appreciated...

Alan Summers said...

Great photo angle, which complements the haiku and vice versa.

Love your shahai!

Many thanks for a copy of Timeless, a great little book!

Alan

Frank... said...

Thanks for stopping by Alan. Much appreciated...