Haiku Astonishment


Wondrous flowers thrive
Hanging on a mountain porch
Can’t believe they’re real

Mr. E and I went to Durango last week and went up to Silverton

to hear accomplished pianist, Lacy Black

 at the Grand Imperial Hotel.

We had lunch at Grumpy’s Bar , then wandered around a bit

finding some great patinas

and checking out the train

only to find these incredible flowers growing in a hanging basket on Main Street.
I was totally astonished to find that they were alive and very real!

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~ by Dawn Elliott on June 21, 2012.

13 Responses to “Haiku Astonishment”

  1. The fuschias are mag. I had some several years ago. The yard comes to life with these flowers. Love that truck. What a beauty.

  2. All of these photos are so evocative. The fuschias ARE amazing.. They are different from ones that I have seen before – they are like double fuschia…

  3. i grew up as a child playing with fuschias, twirling a blossom from its long stem between my fingers and “seeing” ballerinas dance.
    gorgeous photographs and happy haiku. thanks for being a bright part of haiku my heart at recuerda mi corazon!

  4. My husband’s favorite flowers. I think he loves how complex they are. Oh, no, that is what he loves about me.
    😉
    Sounds like a sweet, sweet time. Savor the memories !
    Happy Friday!

  5. I LOVE this part of Colorado…sounds like a fabulous trip…all the flowers actually do so much better in the mountains, we tend to boil them down here 🙂

    x..x

  6. It’s been too long since we were up that way…must keep it in mind. What a nice trip!

  7. WHat a great trip! Lovely haiku.

  8. Beautiful fuschias, nice haiku, and thanx for the other photos as well…..The U.S. is so diverse….

  9. Sounds like a great time thanks for sharing, your haiku and picture of the hanging Fuchsia tugged on my heart strings a bit, my mother in law use to get these for me in the summer she is now in heaven. They are beautiful flowers!

  10. I can tell you had a magical time!

    Razor Wire

  11. Durango is one of my favourite small cities. Too bad it costs so darn much to live there. Oh, well, at least most of what you saw was free–and a feast for the eyes!

    How Did This Happen?

  12. gee, no pics of the infamous Fish Camp!!! Shocked.

  13. Patience my friend, patience…

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