Daily Archives: August 4, 2016

Liminal #writephoto

Originally posted on Of Glass & Paper:
We love the valley, the grey rocks arising from the ancient land, and the forest. Here they lived, a life of danger, of icy winters, of suffocating summers, but also of intimacy and…

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After sorting out the debacle with the blocked notifications last week, I realised that things had gone quiet yet again. This time, I can’t necessarily blame WordPress, though on principle, I might anyway. Suddenly, three-quarters of my notification emails were … Continue reading

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Thursday Photo Prompt – Liminal– #writephoto

Originally posted on pensitivity101:
Intriguing one this week! Check out Sue Vincent’s Photoprompt here: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/3193846/posts/1109156896 Nothing was to scale in this place. With a sigh, he breathed a whisper into the small opening, waiting for the eerie welcome to invite…

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Thursday Photo Prompt – Liminal– #writephoto

  This week’s photo prompt:   Use the image to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… by noon (GMT)  Wednesday 10th August and link back to this post with a pingback. Please make sure that the … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up – Crypt #writephoto

The photograph for this week’s prompt was taken in Scotland, at St Andrews in the ruined Abbey, during our road trip last year.  I loved the way the light caught the edges of the grave markers displayed in the crypt … Continue reading

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Going west – the Yews of Nevern…and other surprises.

I was looking forward to Nevern Church… another one of those, like Kilpeck, that we would visit ‘one day’…and were visiting at last. To think that we had seen so much since Kilpeck, just three days before, seems incredible. But … Continue reading

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The gate of the year

In  the little church at Nevern, a poem on a card caught my eye. It was one I’d never seen before and, when I got home, I looked it up and found it has its own place in British history. … Continue reading

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Confusion #midnighthaiku

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