Daily Archives: December 28, 2016

Shapes shift – Pat Palazy #writephoto

the fog was thick as it rolled in waves engulfing the branches in a thick haze dripping wet mist shifting right left behind no one in sight Source: Shapes shift

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The fog lay thick across the countryside creating an eerie scene that was straight out of an American horror movie. To make matters worse, Krystal was standing in a graveyard. She shivered in her…

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Brain Fog -#writephoto – Stuart France

* Months it has taken. Months of meticulous research… Meetings in the darkest of disreputable corners where conspiracies are born and take fevered flight across stormy nights. All roads lead to the lair of the Black Beast. That fell apparition … Continue reading

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Fog– #writephoto – Strangler’s Tree – Morpeth Road

Strangler’s Tree stood in the paddock behind our house. It was an ordinary looking tree but when the fog descended it took on an eerie countenance. Which was fortunate for the tree as its name came from the deaths occurring … Continue reading

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Fog – Jan Malique #writephoto

Image: Sue Vincent This is my response to this week’s Thursday Photo Prompt, Fog – #writephoto.  I offer you a brief look at the lives of ordinary inhabitants of the Greenwood. They, like us ‘hoomans’ lead quite mundane lives. Shopping, paying bills, … Continue reading

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Happy little elves have been playing again…

So… Between one post and the next, somebody, who shall, for the sake of discretion, remain nameless, has been playing again. Somebody has been twiddling with the settings on that nice little black header bar at the top of the … Continue reading

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A strange gift…

Like most mothers, I have been the recipient of some strange gifts in my time. When children are young, what seems appropriate in their eyes may seem downright bizarre to an adult observer not privy to the inner workings of … Continue reading

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Darkness #midnighthaiku

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