Monday, August 20, 2012

Tackle It Tuesday Aurora Borealis


Dear Haijin,

Welcome to another Tackle It Tuesday This week's theme is Aurora Borealis or the Northernlight. I think this one is a lovely one to write haiku about. As you could have read here Aurora Borealis (Northern hemisphere) an Aurora Australis (Southern hemisphere) are quite remarkable phenomena through the magnetic field of our wonderful planet Mother Earth. It's really a wonderful sight when this phenomena occur as you can see on the picture below.

Credits: Aurora Borealis (Alaska 2010)
Look at those nice colors and shapes. This one is made in 2010 somewhere in Alaska. (The site to which the link beneath the picture goes is (unfortunately) in Dutch, but you can find some more pictures there of the Northernlight.
It's a treat of Mother Earth ... and I love it. I myself saw this phenomena once in my country (The Netherlands). On the next picture you can see Aurora Borealis occurring above the country of province Groningen in The Netherlands.

Credits: Aurora Borealis above province Groningen The Netherlands
It's for sure a great sight.

treat of Mother Earth
coloring the skies
Aurora Borealis

Aurora Borealis
a palette of colors 
treat of Mother Earth

Aurora Borealis caught in a few words ... what a sight ... isn't it?

Well ... be inspired through the pictures and the haiku to write your own. Enjoy the fun and let me smile.
This theme will stay on 'till Monday August 27th 11.59 PM. The linking widget will be open around 10 PM tonight.

Please leave a comment after linking. And if you have a suggestion for a new theme/prompt please share it with me (with us).

The last theme of August starts 27th and will be Blue Moon, it's wonderful happening when a second full moon occurs in the same month . I will post a new Tackle It Tuesday Preview soon.

Warm greetings, be inspired,

Chèvrefeuille

3 comments:

Green Speck said...

Beautiful prompt !!!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Both haiku are well done ~ my favorite is the 2nd one ~ Carol (A Creative Harbor)

joanne said...

These lights have always intrigued me....They seem so magical and mystical, and your haiku conveys this 'treat' so very well....and thanx for the education about the northern lights...