Saturday, September 17, 2016

Multiple Exposure Photography haiku and black and white days.

look in the mirror
focusing on the best things
will help you achieve

 waving in the wind
grasses whispering secrets
be silent tune in 

frosty feet crunching
treading on a worn path let's
jump over the fence

misty air of ghosts
dandelions brush past that send
shivers down our backs

best friends on spring break
breaking ground in foreign lands 
did they break up after?

restaurant  heron 
turns up for  fresh fish lunches
enchanting diners

car lights in the night
swish past on steamy road sides  
ghosts of kuirau park

Janet Keen is a Rotorua  art photographer, haiku writer and creativity teacher.  
Available to take school classes for haiku and drawing adventures using her child friendly array of photographs, featuring animals and birds. 
Also ESOl students for creative English and art lessons. 

Qualifications: 18 years teaching experience
Bachelor of Arts, English and Politics
Diploma Visual Arts
ATM Gold Public Speaking Qualification
Advanced Photographer

Phone 0273513887
Enquiries to run classes  and workshops welcome. 

Creative Quote of the day 
“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!”
Ted Grant

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