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Daily Archives: January 13, 2017
Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Prompt originally from author Mary Beth Robb’s blog HERE It was all the fault of those pesky woodworms that chewed up old Grandma Archaeopteris way back around the Devonian Period when…
The fascinating photo is for Sue Vincent’s photo prompt. The conflagration grew in intensity as it swept across the planet, each exploded reactor, refinery, pipeline and chemical plant adding to the unquenchable fury of the flames. Shallow seas evaporated, tidal … Continue reading
The final post in the series by author Paul Andruss… for now… Last year the National Geographic Magazine ran a cover story about ‘The Most Powerful Woman in the World’. It was Mary, the mother of Jesus. A woman, who … Continue reading
Swan Dance Simon the swan was the last out on the lake as always. All the older and may I say wiser swans were all nested up and cosy. Not Simon as always he was out moon dancing and dreaming … Continue reading
Reblogged from The Silent Eye – more of Steve’s visit to Uluru… It is, in the end, all about creation time. The meaning of this is not obvious to the Western psyche steeped in its causal logic, locked into this-to-that … Continue reading
Intriguing photograph this week Sue. One close to my heart as there are many swans in the vicinity of the marina. Check out Sue’s post this week here Shimmering ghostlike on the water, Liquid gold in her wake, Before the … Continue reading
With all the fad diets around and the aftermath of the seasonal festivities sitting firmly around the waistline of the nation, it is not surprising that the bathroom scales are eyeing me accusingly every time I am in their vicinity. … Continue reading
* What’s with the Art Club? Seven ’til Ten. I’ll take you, if you like? * And so… we did. But he did not get it. None of it. * Certainly not, what was so good, about going back to … Continue reading