Winter Haiga Gallery 1

Winter is the longest season in this part of Canada, so it is a natural focus for our haiga. This gallery is a collection of Winter Haiga and haiku by Canadian poets Judi Suni Hall and Donald S. Hall.

Thumbnail Shoulders Tight Haiga Gingezel thumbnail Cold Moon Haiga gingezel thumbnail Ice crystals mid air haiga Gingezel

Thumbnail Maple seeds in snow haiga Gingezel Thumbnail Lemon Sun Haiga Gingezel thumgnail Jay blue sky haiga Gingezel
Thumbnail Junco Haiga Gingezel Thumbnail The Sisters Haiga Gingezel thumbnail Road ban haiga gingezel

Jay blue sky winter haiga by Canadian poets Judi Suni Hall and Donald S, Hall

Our favorite haiga are the ones that take a moment of daily life and elevate it from everyday to memorable. Most of the haiga here try to do that. Some capture a moment in our daily lives. Others explore a distant memory and what makes that moment linger. A few are simply funny. And a few are a result of challenging ourselves to express an idea. Since we live in western Canada, that is the nature represented.There are also senryu based haiga in the moods galleries focussing on people and everyday life, not nature.

You can find our published haiga in Haiga on Line, Sketchbook, Daily Haiga, Simply Haiku, and the print journal Haiku Pix.