Daily Archives: February 4, 2018

Old Gods, Old Journeys #writephoto – Jan Malique

They file past, hearts and minds filled with a multitude of wishes, sorrows, and joys. This pilgrimage has remained constant since the time of their ancestors and beyond. The land and its guardians have watched over this sacred site long … Continue reading

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Deep Waters… a tale from Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: As you know, I shun controversy and do my best to live a quiet life. But I feel that I must take a stand over a painting by my good friend Housewater. I was not merely … Continue reading

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#writephoto: Swan Lake February -Fandango

There were many origin stories for what became known as the “swan shrine.” Some claim the obelisk served as a grave marker or tombstone carved by the ancient, indigenous people who occupied this land tens of thousands of years ago. … Continue reading

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Winter Trees – James Elkington

Reblogged from Walking with a Smacked Pentax: Walking for many miles across the barren moors with a friend, we came across these winter trees. A good place to stop for a rest amongst the fallen stones, and have a breather. I remember 45 years … Continue reading

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#writephoto flash fiction: Memorial – Jane Dougherty

They dug a grave, long and deep and shored it up with smooth flat stones. They laid a pavement carved with eternal signs, where feet could tread in the cool dark silence of her tomb. They placed her beneath the … Continue reading

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Saving for a rainy day…

The fish need feeding… their food cannisters need refilling too. The bird feeder needs completely restocking…and it is freezing outside. Not only is it cold enough to make a snowman shiver, it is raining… the kind of rain that falls … Continue reading

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Amnesia II… Stuart France

* Spontaneous Internal Combustion. You may have heard of the phenomenon? It can now be regarded as the final death-knell for the Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection. Continue reading at Stuart France

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Intense #midnighthaiku

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