For Frank J. Tassone’s weekly haikai invitation, we are alluding to awayuki, the Japanese word for light snow.

Looking up at the high and far-off mountains, I see their white caps. All of the rain at lower altitudes has brought snow a few thousand feet up. It’s a beautiful sight, but very unusual here, and on the cusp of spring.


faraway snowfall

unexpected powdering —

bird looks for shelter

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