This was the sky at noon today. I briefly regretted not having my D90 with me but remembered David saying, “the best camera is the one you have with you.” So, this is the noon sky as captured by my camera phone.
To spice it up a little, I decided to write a Haiku. Random, I know, considering I haven’t written a Haiku before. I had to steal a pen to do it, but felt it was worth the petty crime. If you’re not familiar, Haiku is usually three short lines. The first line contains 5 syllables, the second line seven 7 syllables, and the third line contains 5 syllables. It doesn’t rhyme, and should create a mental picture. Here’s my first attempt…
Empty cobalt sky
Brush a white seraphim dance
Heaven turns canvas