Sunday, May 6

At The Going Down Of The Sun

Molten gold
burnishes tree tops,
old day dies.



Inspired by Mag #116, where Tess chose an original image by 
R. A. D. Stainforth.

And this morning, Wednesday, I've written and created a different offering for this prompt, over on In Tandem.

21 comments:

  1. And what shall the new one bring.....?
    More Jinksy lovin'!

    I adore your vision........

    *hugs*
    Mimi

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  2. Beautiful... and in the morning.. :)

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  3. brief and to the point. :)
    http://leah-jamielynn.typepad.com/blog/

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  4. Oh, wonderful! I love the 'molten gold'

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  5. ... and in the morning we will write about them!

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  6. The illustration is lovely too. The darker blue of the sky throws the gold into relief.

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  7. Love what you did with this!

    =)

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  8. Ah, Jinsky...you've captured it. Great job. Vb

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  9. So huge an image in so few words

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  10. his is a truly stunning image. I am very envious - and the Haiku's up there with it. Congrats.

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  11. What you've done with painting is very interesting, and the poem is a lovely haiku. k.

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  12. Clever word play, Jinsky!

    Hank

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  13. The word 'burnishes' sings to me here. Both the image and the haiku are 'molten gold'. Thank you for sharing this Jinksy.=D

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  14. Oh, I noticed that "molten gold," at first too, Jinksy! Love your take!!

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  15. A wonderful pice. What a cool image, too. : )

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  16. Very Autumnal and appropriate to where i am at now ,Jinksy , thanks.

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  17. Guess you know where I'll be heading!!!

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