Daily Archives: January 2, 2018

Shades of blue – Meena #writephoto

I stood awkwardly at the doorstep, re-guessing myself if I made the wrong decision to come here in the first place. I was new to the city and my colleague had invited me to his son’s birthday party. I knew … Continue reading

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The betrayal – jagahdilmein #writephoto

I woke up with a start, completely disoriented. I had no idea as to where I was, or what I was doing there. I shrugged my head in an effort to clear the grogginess, and looked around me to try … Continue reading

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Three Paths to Light – Stuart France

Reblogged from The Silent Eye: In the early days of The Silent Eye, I thought it would be a good idea if Steve, Stuart and I, as the three directors of the school, shared a little about how we had … Continue reading

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Silver Tree meets Secret Moon

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
? What silver magic rises here Amidst the Winter mists and gloom When, darkly frosted, shines the bark Announcing light that drives the gloom Where sleeping tree meets secret moon ⦿ But do you…

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Ocean and I become one.. stoner on a rollercoaster #writephoto

My eyes were welcomed by sapphire hue as I unveiled them. Couldn’t remember how long I had been sleeping on the bed of sand and broken shells I was lying on my back straight, hands resting on my navel. Again, … Continue reading

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Oak And Mist – On Sale!

Originally posted on Helen Glynn Jones:
**SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE** In case you missed it in yesterday’s post… To celebrate the release of Under Stone, the fourth book in my Ambeth series,…

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Can You Come and Have a Look at This? – James Elkington

Reblogged from Walking with a Smacked Pentax: My son-in-law to be is the gamekeeper of Asquith and some surrounding moors. He recently told me that the local farmer had spotted some idiots driving around the moors in 4 X 4 … Continue reading

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Blue – Joelle LeGendre #writephoto

Beyond frigid blue, and clouds eerie winter glow, shines a turning sun. So fragile are we, our lives change by one celestial touch. Source: Joelle LeGendre

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Wish you were here?

We regularly share the stories of our workshop weekends on these pages. What is impossible to share on these pages is the sense of warmth, the laughter and the camaraderie that attends these weekends. Those who come along are not … Continue reading

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Curse of the Hay-Collar II … Stuart France

* So the Lord of Dyved climbed the Fair-Mound of Arbeth and the seven chieftains of Dyved climbed with him…  As they sat in counsel on the top of the Fair-Mound, they saw a woman, wearing gold brocade, riding by, … Continue reading

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