Haiku Patina

Scorched ten thousand days

Patina au natural

Desert’s masterpiece


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~ by Dawn Elliott on October 20, 2011.

15 Responses to “Haiku Patina”

  1. That was clever. Enjoyed it.

  2. You know, I just love the gorgeous rich patina of rust. Thank you for this.

  3. This is stunning! What a wonderful find…Naturally produced art?!

  4. That desert does fine work. As do you !
    Happy Friday !

  5. Looks like a sunrise…beautiful photograph

  6. I know what this is. Isn’t the natural weathering just fantastic? Different hues from the torch that cut it. Rust, nature returning the metal back to an element. I love the process and the photo. Great haiku to go along with this masterpiece.
    I have made many a wood stove from a 55-gallon drum. I had these things lying around the barnyard. Never thought, at that time in my life, to take pictures. I wasn’t ‘seeing’ back in those days and so glad I am now. Thank you for my revival.


  7. Nature creates art… you perfectly captured it! Love your photos as well as the haiku!

  8. The colors of natural rusting and weathering is gorgeous!! The first picture looks like a painting with all those lovely hues!!

  9. Your creations are awe inspiring!

  10. Nature leaves her rainbow hues over time for us to discover. She is a loving artist. This is simply beautiful and you have such a keen eye for color and design. It has such a lovely Southwestern flair. I always find beauty and interest here 🙂

  11. 10,000 days + 10,000 suns = a lot of heat!

    Haiku Your Heart Here

  12. perfect treasure.

    what a great eye you have for natural beauty!

  13. beautiful photos and haiku…I love when nature does its finishes on things…

  14. Good heavens – such beautiful colours! Nature is so amazing! Great post Dawn! =)

  15. I love this, beautiful, serene, colors are amazing and look what it is!!!

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