This blog started its life as a collaboration between poet Laurie Jameson and photographer Melinda Green Harvey. Laurie very graciously contributed haiku from one through three hundred fifty nine.

From haiku three hundred sixty forward, I am both photographer and poet.

Laurie passed away in July 2021, and I miss her every day. 

My other photography project is One Day | One Image. I am currently represented by Broadway Contemporary Fine Art Gallery.

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  1. Laurie, you have some wonderful work here. I’m very impressed.
    A few years ago, while on a business trip to Austin, a friend took me to a BBQ restaurant in Llano and I had one of the 3 best meals of my life there.

    • Thanks for your comment. This is Melinda, standing in for Laurie. I will let her know you appreciate her poetry – she’s an excellent poet, and I am very pleased that she agreed to team up with me on this project.

      When she and her husband were contemplating their move to Texas, Llano won out, because of the BBQ.

  2. What an awesome idea for a blog! The haiku really add something. I do a bit of photoblogging myself, but my photos are quite as spectacular as these 🙂

    I also tweet with bloggers and share blogs on Facebook. I use a lot of photoblogs on Facebook because those get tons of likes. I shared “Six Hundred Fifty Three” today & I have you on my WordPress list of photobloggers.

    Happy Holidays!

  3. Although my photography knowledge could be written on the back of a postage stamp, I’ve been a long-time fan of those who appreciate and demonstrate the poetry of photography. I have enjoyed looking at your examples of that, and I sincerely believe that some of the photographs alone are poetic. I’ll be following your blog and I look forward to developing my appreciation of both facets of your artwork.

  4. Beautiful Haiku, beautiful photography. I absolutely adore this blog! I went through the first few posts systematically and then a few random ones WordPress suggested. Each and every post is amazing. Wish I had the time to go through each and every one. I am so glad I found your blog.

    • Hey, thanks for the follow! I love shooting the mundane things that seem often overlooked. And I often think that, while I rarely shoot photos with people, almost everything I shoot *implies* them.

      And you’re in Dallas? That makes us practically neighbors, since I’m over here in Lubbock….

      • That’s really cool. I can see that, I mostly enjoy that kind of photography. Yes I am, haha it does, I’ve been up to Lubbock a handful times, didn’t do much photography there though. I should have.

      • It’s hard to do street photography here (unless you want to shoot, literally, the street), because there aren’t people out walking around!

        Let me know if you’re ever back over here!

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