Daily Archives: December 17, 2017

Dipping in Mist

Originally posted on writing in north norfolk:
First light bends, dips and sweeps through brackish shallows of mist, where weather-stained sheep graze on meagre brittle grass and rooks stab between the furrows of fields like crumbled Christmas cake, sprinkled with…

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Mage on the threshold – Thursday photo prompt – Mists – #writephoto

Originally posted on strangegoingsonintheshed:
Image: Sue Vincent An atmospheric photo from Sue Vincent’s?Thursday Photo Prompt, oh what wonders are waiting to be unleashed! With that in mind I present to you my explorations in the mists of time: I?see you…

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Moon – Frank Hubeny #writephoto

Some would say they know the Moon. They’ve data they can show, But when they look And close the book, What is it that they know? Source: Frank Hubeny

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Ani’s Advent invitation – Mary Smith tells of Christmas in Karachi…

Well, she’s already had half her Christmas, ’cause the ball guy was here. And that’s all very well, but there was no turkey! Plenty of cheese and stuff…even a sausage or two…but not a whiff of turkey. And what I … Continue reading

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Mists – by Michael #writephoto

It was the best time of day to be out and the little man hurried along as best he could. Most mornings he walked the streets, even though his Plantar Fasciitis was giving him the gyp he knew if he … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent archives – A Visit

Reblogged from Ani’s Advent last year… Dear Santa… ‘Twas a fortnight till Christmas And all through the flat Not a creature was stirring She’s glad about that… She’d had quite enough Throwing balls for the day And had told me … Continue reading

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Mists – Joelle LeGendre #writephoto

Standing at the edge, a mist shadowing my view, I contemplated. A thousand generations wondered at this muddled sun. Source: Two On a Rant

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Riddles of the Night: The Temple of Hewn Stone II

Traditional initiation ceremonies tend to follow a roughly similar outline. The initiand is put through a series of symbolic trials, including the acceptance of mortality, each designed to test resolve and dedication, before symbolically ‘dying’ to their old self and … Continue reading

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The Other-Side of Space… Stuart France

* So Cor and Fran retreated to the start of the green sward and replayed as accurately as they could remember the events that had led to Min’s mysterious disappearance. Fran ran on ahead and when she got to the … Continue reading

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Footsteps #midnighthaiku

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