Kristina and I don't consult with each other as we do these diptychs. We each do our parts independently, then I send my part to her to format (she knows mountains more than I do about such things). This is why I found the similarity between our photos in week 2 so interesting. In week 1 we were both all about the snow, winter wonderland, frosted beauty. Something clicked (or maybe broke) in each of us the next week, and we were both seeking life and color.
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I like how Kristina's haiku paints an image that is so clear, it could be a photograph. When I'm writing mine I know what image(s) or feeling(s) I'm trying to convey. I just have no idea if I'm giving enough clues for someone else to see/feel it too. Haiku writing feels like shorthand to me, but shorthand is useless if the audience can't read it. I'd love to hear your thoughts.