Daily Archives: July 6, 2016

#writephoto – Sirens

Originally posted on Journey To Ambeth:
Sue Vincent has chosen yet another evocative photo for her #writephoto inspiration series. This time, I ended up with a couple of fragments – a poem, and a short paragraph with hints of a…

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Guide amid waves..from Naa Prapancham,My World… #writephoto

Reblogged from Naa Prapancham,My World… Oh look!! Its there… The light house on the dolphin point, Oh look!! Its there; Far from the shore, in the waters deep… Continue reading at: Guide amid waves..

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On the crest of a wave #writephoto

Originally posted on TanGental:
Horace never knew real happiness. He was a freak, an anomaly, in some eyes an abomination. In every respect he fitted the label ‘hippopotamus’ save one: pigmentation. Not content with being albino, Horace’s genetic mutation had…

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Kindle Countdown Offer – The Mystical Hexagram

THE MYSTICAL HEXAGRAM: The Seven Inner Stars of Power, 2nd Edition G. Michael Vasey and Sue Vincent The Mystical Hexagram is a new and innovative way to work with this ancient symbol. Through personal revelations and exercises, the reader can … Continue reading

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Silvery-Locks and the Three Bears III…

Originally posted on Stuart France:
Father Bear (a.k.a. Pentre Ifan) ‘Ivan’s Village’ also f.k.a. Arthur’s Quoit. Another ‘quoit’, and only a few miles away from the last one. This seems, if anything, a little unimaginative. Or, alternatively, it could signal…

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Going west – Kilpeck castle

Why does a tiny village like Kilpeck hold such a fabulous church? Because once it wasn’t a small, forgotten place, but the seat of nobility and, according to the information board, parts of the castle still remained. We left the … Continue reading

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Scimitar Oryx

There is a theory that it was the horns of the oryx that gave rise to the legends of the unicorn. When you see one side-on, you can see why.. even though I am not sure that it is true. … Continue reading

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Waiting #midnighthaiku

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