Thursday Monochrome – Shashin no uta – January 29, 2015

observing the lake_collage

 

watching and observed
an old lantern in the port
autumn morning

© G.s.k. ‘15

For Blog it or Lose it! a Photoku!

WHAT’S A Shashin no uta?
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“In a nutshell, to compose a Shashin no uta you 1) write a haiku, and 2) put together a series of images to illustrate your haiku.  There should be no written words in your images.  You may add your written haiku after the photoku if you desire. ”  Jen from Blog it or Lose it!

27 thoughts on “Thursday Monochrome – Shashin no uta – January 29, 2015

    • Thanks … it was going to be part of this week’s photoku, but couldn’t work it into the shiver and patterns … btw, tried to make a monster … but couldn’t download the thing … got an empty script image … alas … I’m afraid that the empty script is not only a W.P. problem.

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      • Oh dear.

        What about this one for the monster?
        http://robohash.org/

        You don’t get to pick the pieces; it generates at random for you.

        Of course — there are WAY too many prompts out there, LOL!

        Sorry about the shiver/patterns thing btw ….. I thought it would be easy but Michelle Lunato had problems too.

        Do you have suggestions for next week? I’m all ears. Picking prompt words can be tougher than I thought. Maybe everyone would benefit from a different voice.

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        • something seasonal like snow and sun 😉 just kidding but seasonal kigo might be easier to write and photoku for. Things like shivering are really hard to depict in a photograph (at least for me) and maybe you should always remind us, like we do on MLMM that one can submit their own idea leaving the prompt as a suggestion.

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