Daily Archives: December 29, 2017

Blue – Elizabeth #writephoto

Lost in blue waters I look for you the lightness of being the smile the hair in disarray I only find emptiness and confusion My hope is spring will be here soon and the winter blues will fade away Source: Tea … Continue reading

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Creative Process – Reena Saxena #writephoto

nothingness of sky transparency of water permit reflections outlining of shapes interpretations galore Source: Reinventions by Reena

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The Schrödinger effect – Top 10 Sites 2017

A blog is designed to be read… and until it is, the words are no more than words; they take flight in the imagination or the writer, but once on the page, they remain silent until awakened by a reader. … Continue reading

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Sublime – Fall Musings #writephoto

Are you here? Is this real? Even though she could feel the warmth of his breaths upon his lips, she could feel his chest rise and fall, and hear his heart beat and hers stop, she did not dare turn … Continue reading

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Clearing Back the Years by James Elkington

Reblogged from Walking with a Smacked Pentax: The Panorama Stones in Ilkley are an oddity. Situated next to a church just outside the town centre, and surrounded by a 5 ft high steel fence with a locked gate designed to … Continue reading

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Woman in Blue – James #writephoto

Obe was tending the fire on the shore by the bay. The sun had set to his right hours ago and most of the clan slept. Their tiny settlement was young and night predators hunted nearby so he kept watch, … Continue reading

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All in the details – A visit to Haddon Hall II

Other than the Elizabethan connection, we really had, at that point, no idea why we had felt the need to visit Haddon Hall. We knew little about the place, apart from the legend of the romantic elopement of Dorothy Vernon … Continue reading

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The Incomparable Comper… Stuart France

* …The nearest church is St Nicholas’ of Great Kimble so we head off there. “Why blue specifically do you think?” “Well, we’re sort of assuming that it’s a healing energy but if we follow the Theosophists then I suppose … Continue reading

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Recognition #midnighthaiku

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