A perfect union exists between photography and haiku in the portrayal of a single moment. A poet of haiku puts pen to paper to reveal the various elements of that moment, while a photographer snaps the shutter and freezes that one moment, in that one place, with that one vision.
If one pauses to reflect a bit, they could recall this feeling of being one with that moment in time. It is something everyone has experienced, whether wandering quietly through the woods and noticing a creature, gazing out the window at the snow falling, or a Sunday morning sitting on a dock watching the motion of the lake, the geese flying by and turn just in time to watch a leaf flutter to the water. The objective is to invite the reader into the experience of that single moment in time.