Haiku: Spring Flurries

action shot of two whippets in black jackets in full sprint on wet tidal sands
two whippets in black jackets running on wet tidal sands

spring flurries
after the supermoon
the wind rises

Β© Xenia Tran

side on shot of two whippets in black jackets running on wet tidal sands

Patti at Lens-Artists is inviting us to share images that have been cropped in some way.

When taking these pictures I wasn’t aware that another walker had slipped into the left of the frame until it was too late. The photographs were taken in burst-mode, so I had to crop every capture.

We hope you’re keeping safe, well and warm and wish you all a beautiful Tuesday!

With love from Eivor, Pearl and Xenia xxx

Photographs by Xenia Tran, edited in lr.

Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ200, Settings: f/2.8 – 1/2000 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.

30 thoughts on “Haiku: Spring Flurries”

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words dear Lois! Burst mode is a mode you can select on many bridge and other cameras that enables you to take a whole sequence of shots in rapid succession while keeping the shutter button down. Usually you can select how many frames you’d like to shoot per burst (I tend to select twenty, as it suits Eivor and Pearl’s running style). Sports Mode is usually an auto-setting for action shots. I rarely use this as I prefer to photograph in aperture priority with a high shutter speed (between 1/1000 – 1/2000 s). I hope this helps! xxx

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  1. They are having so much fun kicking up the sand in their wake. Love the Haiku. “Spring flurries” brings to mind so many things – carpets of tree blossoms falling to the ground, fields of wildflowers blooming, the flurry activity of birds building their nests, etc.

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