Daily Archives: February 6, 2017

Dark Clouds from Life at 17 #writephoto

Dark clouds hovering over me, Casting shadows I can’t escape. Staring into the horizon, I keep on searching, For a speck of light, Continue reading : Dark Clouds

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On Being Smarter by Ken Decroo

Reblogged from Baja Moto Quest: Ken Decroo and Congo, African Elephant, Photo by Gale Cooper, 1981 Concerning the training of wild animals, I often speak on the importance of being smarter than the animal you’re training. When asked to elaborate … Continue reading

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Guest author: Kevin Morris – Visual impact

At approximately 18-months-old, I lost the majority of my eyesight due to a blood clot on the brain. While I can distinguish light and dark and discern the outline of objects, I am unable to see detail. So, for example, … Continue reading

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Of Low tide by Inia Jardine #writephoto

I just love the ocean so much, stormy or still, wild or calm, taking a long leisurely walk on the empty beach during soft rain or swimming in sunny weather. I am a child of the ocean. Well, an old … Continue reading

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How blue was my sky, by Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

Sitting by the rocks, his legs half-dipped in icy waters, he stared into the distant horizon. When had he done this before – escaped from life’s madness – and watched the sun paint colours on the sky? That pleasure was … Continue reading

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Low Tide by Prajakta #writephoto

You work for it. You sweat for it. Shoot a dozen wishes to make it happen… Yet it keeps getting out of your reach. You chase it to a point and almost give up in exhaustion Maybe you pause and … Continue reading

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Legends in the landscape – squaring the circle

The October sun was getting low as we left Cratcliffe Crags and Robin Hood’s Stride behind us, following the ancient track towards our final destination… or almost. The weather, beautiful but changeable all day, had begun to gather clouds on … Continue reading

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