Archive for the Architecture Category

Posted in Architecture, Haiku'd Photographs, History, Rural, West, With Michele Gast with tags , on July 6, 2022 by blglick
The Great Plains Hold On
To the Sacred, Even as
Our Memories Blur

Abandoned Church on the High Plains

Posted in Architecture, Haiku'd Photographs, With Michele Gast with tags , on July 6, 2022 by blglick
Everlasting, But
Time will Take Our Meaning and
Make It Something Else

Rusted Cross in Recycle shop

Posted in Architecture, History, Trees with tags , on April 19, 2017 by blglick

Walking Long Blocks with
All The Years Written in Tall
Trees and Small Houses

Posted in Architecture, Roads, Snow, Song, Sunrise with tags , on March 24, 2016 by blglick

Urban Interstate
Sunrise, All Power Poles, and
Concrete and Motion

Posted in Architecture, City, dreams, LIght, Sunrise with tags , on October 2, 2015 by blglick
At the City’s Edge
Sunrise Paints Roofs and Fields With
The Color of Dreams

Human Traces

Posted in Architecture, Gardens, Work with tags , on April 14, 2014 by blglick

Designed, Constructed
Ambition Made Physical
Each Passion Rendered

Posted in Architecture, LIght, Roads, Spring, Sunrise with tags , , on March 7, 2014 by blglick

Telephone Wires Drawn
In Orange Above Sunrise
Polished, Empty Streets

Posted in Architecture, Morning, Sky, Spring, Sunrise, winter with tags , on February 22, 2014 by blglick

A Frozen Sunrise
Whispers Springtime in Pastel
Light on Roofs and Sky

Posted in Architecture, Distance, History, Rural, Summer with tags , , on September 12, 2013 by blglick

Weathered by Years, Grey
Barn Leans on a Horizon
Of Ripening Wheat

Posted in Architecture, Food, LIght, Morning, Spiritual, Tri-ku with tags on August 23, 2013 by blglick

The Short Order Cook,
On Break, Sits by a Window,
Stares, Rubbing His Jaw

Morning Sunlight Falls
In A Single Bright Shaft and
His Stained Chef’s Whites Glow

A Small Sacrament
As If This Light Had Escaped
From Some Cathedral