Daily Archives: October 28, 2017

The Tour – This, That, and The Other #writephoto

“That’s hard to believe,” Chuck said to the tour guide after looking at the half dozen photographs of the valley taken over four  decades. “That whole area down there,” she said, waving her hand across the landscape toward the valley … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Sally’s Book Reviews – A Hundred Tiny Threads by Judith Barrow

Reblogged from Sally Cronin at Smorgasbord: I have decided that now I have my new reading chair and I am spending time every day for an hour reading in it….. I would start doing my own reviews separate to the … Continue reading

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Ebb – #writephoto by Willow

Mathew  rose  early the  evening  after after  Hope’s  fit. Since  his  nearly  fatal  run in   with the  three  werewolves  he  had  encountered a month back he had been  sleeping  late. This  evening  though he  awoke  ready  to  deal  with  anything. … Continue reading

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Alone?

To fly in solitude and greet the sun Far from the crowded dwellings of the herd! To find the sky as wide as any bird And vaunt each breaking day as freedom won. To find a home where only deer … Continue reading

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Tidal Waves– Iain Kelly #writephoto

Hands in her pockets, Elizabeth looked down from the top of the cliffs. The tide had receded gradually over the afternoon, revealing the seaweed-covered rocks, sand and pebbles of the seabed. The memory of the place was burned into her … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: Fragments of history

Outside the porch of the kirk at Fortingall stands an ancient font. Local legend states that Coeddi himself may have used it to baptise some of the first Christians in the area when the monks of Iona founded a sister … Continue reading

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Glenlyon…  Stuart France

* Was calling… * * So we thought to ‘take a look’… * * Such was the beauty… Continue reading: Glenlyon… | Stuart France

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Palette #midnighthaiku

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