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Regular visitors know how much I love Haigas.
Traditionally, Japanese Haigas are a complimentary combination of a haiku and simple painting. Modern Haiga writers embrace a range of visual media including photography and graphics.
Join me, having fun, creating new Haigas, using your favourite medium.
If you want to join in, you’ll find a new prompt to inspire your Haiga every Sunday. Add a link in the comments box to share your Haiga.
Things happen every day, big and small. Together they make our family history, our local history, our country’s history and sometimes they become part of global history.
All of these things happened on 18th October in years gone by.
In 1910 E M Howard’s End, one of my favourite Forster novels, was published.
In 1922 the British Broadcasting Company was founded.
In 1977 Hilary Bradshaw became the first woman to referee a rugby match.
In 1990 my mother, daughter and I visited Queen Eleanor’s Garden in Winchester.
What does 18th October mean to you? Create a Blocks of History post and add a link in the comments box.