Above the Clouds

Haiku

High above the clouds
Evergreens embrace the sun
Expansive nature

© 2022 Phil Perkins

Prints

View from Clingmans Dome in North Carolina – prints available here.


Song for Today

Carolina in My Mind, by James Taylor (1969) – see lyrics here.

Comments

17 responses to “Above the Clouds”

  1. kindfeelings Avatar

    It looks so peaceful up there.

  2. House of Heart Avatar
    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks very much, lovely Holly 😍

      1. House of Heart Avatar

        It’s a pleasure Phil 🤗

        1. Phil Avatar

          Your presence is always pleasurable, Holly 🤗 TY

          1. House of Heart Avatar

            Thank you, too kind! 🤗💛

  3. Inge David Avatar

    So beautiful! Have a great weekend dear Phil!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks very much, dear Inge & I wish for you the same! 🌹🌹

  4. Robin King Avatar

    Perfectly splendid! Those clouds in the distance are breathtaking. And the haiku is wonderful! 👏👏♥️👏👏

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks very much, dear Robin ~ I’m glad you like it & wish you a wonderful weekend! 🤗🌹

  5. Annabel Avatar

    Beautiful scenery and beautiful haiku! You wrote stunningly and generously, Phil!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Aah, the day begins with a smile – mine, seeing yours. Thank you for warming my morning with your presence, lovely Annabel. I appreciate your kind words and wish for you a wonderful weekend! 🌺😊💖

      1. Annabel Avatar

        Thank you, Phil! You always have the most generous way with words! 🌷😊🥳 cheers!

        1. Phil Avatar

          Thank you, Annabel ~ Cheers❣️🌷🥳

  6. Blagica Avatar

    Very nice picture!!!!!!!!!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you dear friend 💖

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