Daily Archives: April 10, 2017

Stones by Michael #writephoto

When I came across the arch I knew it was a very old archway. The conglomeration of stones, the crude but effective mortaring had obviously worked for it was still standing so many centuries since. It was a structure to … Continue reading

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Through the Eyes of the Ballachulish Goddess

Reblogged from heritagelandscapecreativity: The Ballachulish Goddess was discovered in 1880 beneath about 10 feet of peat. When she was lifted from lying face down, her quartzite pebble eyes stared forward, unwavering. How remarkable it would have been, when she was … Continue reading

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Flash fiction: Beyond the arch by Jane Dougherty #writephoto

She touched the lichen-crusted stoned with a finger, drew it gently over the rugous surface and felt the tingle of time. The first converts built this doorway, now an empty arch, the first Christians in a land where the pagan … Continue reading

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Proximity Masquerade by Steve Tanham #RealityChequers

Sky tree bears strange fruit Proximity masquerading Imposter leaves, left. Source: Steve Tanham

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Stones by Willow #writephoto

The Vampire landed high up on the cliffs and walked through some old ruins.  She looked out to sea and felt the ‘old ones’ close. She had seen the woman and the wolf on the beach they had peeked her … Continue reading

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Music that means something – Day 3 – Led Zeppelin

Yes, I know. It is the rock song that everyone loves to hate apparently. It is almost as if it is so popular no-one wants to admit to liking it any more. I love it…I always did and these days, … Continue reading

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Cool of Day… Stuart France

* …Abadel’s soul escaped from his body: it flew about the scene of slaughter and eventually settled on the tree of life, where it assumed the form of a serpent and coiled itself about the trunk. * Abadel’s blood lay … Continue reading

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