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Monday, September 20, 2010

Where come from, Where go to...



The slow curve modestly extended to here in the grass.
Possibly I maight not have noticed it.

The green was lighted up with daybreak sunlight.




The track disappeared again between the mountains over there.




I might have left from here long ago.  
And I may come back to here sometime.

so, someday...


Here is Ōchi-chō,
Saga Prefecture.




旅に病んで 夢は枯野を かけ廻る
松尾 芭蕉    (1644 - 1694)

Getting sick during trip  Dream blowing through  Wintry field
Matsuo Bashō (1644 - 1694)


This is his farewell poem haiku.


32 comments:

  1. ♥ Olá, amiga!
    Sinto um pouco do infinito em cada uma dessas fotos...
    Seu blog é encantador.♥
    Boa semana!
    Beijinhos.
    ♥Itabira
    Brasil♥♥

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  2. You really got an eye!
    Fantastic shots!
    They have the power to transport one there!

    Happy day!

    B :)

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  3. Jugar con caminos, verdes y luces.... uhmmmm ¡excelente terna! BESITOS Y SALUDITOS DESDE ESPAÑA.

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  4. That abandoned railway it reminds a little a question in eastern Finland. The Soviets conquered a part of the region Carelia in 1940 and cutted all the railways between West Carelia (still in Finland) and East Carelia (now in Russia). A railway not used is very sad and becomes old at once.

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  5. I love the first picture ¡I wish I could be there, so nice and refreshing, especially now that autumm is approaching! Nice week!

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  6. El verde lo inunda todo, es precioso.

    Besos

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  7. Pity that sis a place where trains no longer go...
    Because the scenery is nice! :)

    Saudações

    Linda

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  8. Cool and refreshing green hues. Autumn greetings from Finland. Please come to see my art too http://markuntaidetta.blogspot.com Markku Mäkelä

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  9. We come from places that we love and someday we will return to the places we love. :)

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  10. Your photos are so beautiful!

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  11. Peaceful and lovely, dear Ruma. I needed something to quiet my inner turmoil and your photography helped.

    There are more changes coming in my life and I am feeling very sad as my 66th birthday approaches in two weeks. I am having to move from my home of nearly ten years. Finally, after 18 months of not working, I have run out of options. The $2300/month rent is impossible to pay, even with my two son's contributions to the rent and I have been selling things on Craig’s list, crying a lot and wondering what is next.

    -Check out the link for info on my blogaversary
    giveaway:
    http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2010/09/flash-55-friday-happy-anniversary-to-me.html#links

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  12. So calm and harmonious with nature!

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  13. Great post Ruma.
    Love your beautiful photographs.
    Have a great day.
    Costas

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  14. Hello Ruma......

    nice pictures of the lost track
    all 3 of them, good compositions,,,
    the captures look very bright and well exposed...
    compliments

    Nieske

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  15. Hello Ruma

    Compliments for these very nice pictures,
    the light is excellent.

    greetings, Joop

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  16. Delicious, green forceful landscapes flanking the routes of the train. Beautiful photos, Ruma, to recreate the sight.

    An embrace,

    Luis.

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  17. Dear Ruma, as usual, your blog post is as good, even better, than a meditation session. Thank you for the beautiful sad meditative haiku and wonderful illustrative photos. cheers, catmint

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  18. Un verde maravilloso, preciosas fotos, un abrazo

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  19. Bonitas fotografías. Excelente color. Saludos

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  20. You have provided really beautiful pictures.By seeing these I found myself very close to the nature's beauty.I want to share that Sketch your landscaper format on paper before you start planting and building. Knowing exactly what you need and where you're going to put it helps avoid wasting money.

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  21. The pictures are wonderful. Beautiful land in Japan!
    I love Basho!

    Wishing you many happy days, from New York.

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  22. A wonderful journey through nature. Your photos are magnificent.

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  23. «Louis» apologizes that he hasn't been able to visit recently.

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  24. Hello Ruma !
    Wonderful photos of this old railway.

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  25. Interesting story I like the forest.
    Thank you for your kind comment.

    Greetings from creativity and imagination photos of José Ramón

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  26. Again Ruma, Ypu take me into your pictures, Lovely -each one of them

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  27. 素敵な写真!ワンダフル写真

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  28. The old tracks stir my imagination. I wonder about the people who road the trains and the places the went. Nature is riding the tracks now.

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