Daily Archives: October 18, 2017

#writephoto -The Tower by Willow

Lisa knew that the sudden freeze was supernatural. They all did but while Mathew, Rachel and Lisa discussed the phenomenon Fay strangely kept her own council. As evening fell Fay went out to hunt, ignoring Mathew’s protestations that he was … Continue reading

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Garden of Extinction reblogged from champagnewhisky

Reblogged from champagnewhisky… “Any species, now matter how unusual or common, is vulnerable…”: Of all the areas of the stunning Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens in Cape Town, South Africa – and all the areas are stunning – one in particular … Continue reading

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Tower #WritePhoto Response by Kim at The Writing Process

Prompt from Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo It was a cool morning during early spring.  The wind was gentle and there were birds singing in the trees.  The sky was grey and threatened to rain but that did not stop curious … Continue reading

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Is it time to turn off comments on your blog? – Hugh’s Views and News

Reblogged from Hugh’s Views and News: Is it time to turn off comments on your blog? I’ve always believed that leaving and responding to comments on a blog is one of the actions at the very heart of what blogging is all … Continue reading

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The Tower of Hope #WritePhoto by Alethea Kehas

Source: Sue Vincent She thought the climb would be worse than the descent. Instead, the air buoyed her above the bracken, and her bare feet hardly touched the broken stone. The hem of her green skirt swept the dew-laden grasses, … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: Mysteries on Loch Ness

After the incredible experience of Clava Cairns, it was probably just as well that our next destination was not far and would offer no more than beauty to bewitch us. I have camped on its shores and ‘showered’ in its … Continue reading

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‘Thy Will’… Stuart France

* When, ‘me and mine’ And never, ‘thine’ Is the mantra. Then Nature, shall be… Unkind. Count Jack Black   Source: ‘Thy Will’… | Stuart France

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Ghost #midnighthaiku

The ghost of summer Memory of laughing days Still holds its colour A small bouquet of heather sits on my desk, as fresh and bright as the day it was gathered. I always hate breaking the stems and take only … Continue reading

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