Haibun: Mist Rising

a blue and white whippet in a black jacket on a forest trail
a blue and white whippet in a black jacket on a forest trail

We’ve had some heavy rain the last few days. The weather was wild in the North with gale force winds, flinging our last apples from the tree. We’ll leave these for the hedgehogs, the visiting birds.

autumn accepts
the river roaring past
mist rising

Β© Xenia Tran

Shin Falls in autumn, swollen with rain

We hope everyone stayed safe and dry over the weekend.

Wishing you all a very happy Monday and a wonderful new week,

with love from Eivor, Pearl and Xenia xxx

Photographs by Xenia Tran, edited in lr.

Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ200, Settings: f/2.8 – 1/200 s – ISO 160 and f/4 – 1/200 s – ISO 100.

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Author: whippetwisdom

The stories, poems and photographs on this blog are the original creative work of Xenia Tran. Inspired by life in the Scottish Highlands and in awe of nature she gives voice to the wisdom of her two adopted whippets Eivor and Pearl.

31 thoughts on “Haibun: Mist Rising”

  1. Beautiful photos and words. I like how you leave the apples for the hedgehog. A few months ago I was out in the garden watching the squirrel tear up my lawn. I love squirrels. But I was like my lawn! Then I said actually my so called garden is there for them to enjoy, they are in it more than I am. I just keep it semi pretty for them. They are no boundaries for wildlife, it is us human that Create boundaries.

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