Daily Archives: March 3, 2018

Dark – Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

Though darkness surrounds us on the grounds, it’s always worth looking not only up but down too, because above, you can see the prospect of brilliance, the light breaking through the clouds, and below, the reflection of that brightness, to … Continue reading

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So It Seems – Ken Gierke #writephoto

Receding waters tell lies about the tears to come. The last rays of a sky Continue reading at rivrvlogr

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Snail wrestling! – Tallis Steelyard

Port Naain is a city which has a secret craving for novelty. Whilst it will often strike outsiders as a distinctly priggish place, those of us who have lived here all our lives know better. Port Naain goes questing after … Continue reading

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Dark Matrix – Pamela Morse #writephoto

Rolling hills in memory’s vault of treasure Go on forever, leading to paths of pleasure That end on the shores of the deepest sea Surrounded by deserts without a single tree Continue reading at mermaidcamp

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The Bloggers Bash Post Competition – Extended!

Exciting news, fellow bloggers! The Bloggers Bash Post Competition deadline date has been extended – read on to find out more! The Bloggers Bash Blog Post Competition – Deadline for Entries Extended We’ve listened, and we’ve acted. We’re pleased to … Continue reading

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Dark – Sisyphus #writephoto

Perhaps it was how it had to be: The landscape reflected his soul, deep in sorrow, For mourning was now the only feeling left… Yet, through the clouds, A sun ray could be seen, Reflected in the calm water of … Continue reading

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Breaking the rules…

Leading by Nick Verron My son spoke of his intention to portray the imperfections of the apparently perfect. The conversation moved from the technical side of the photograph to the art of it… the vision of the artist as opposed … Continue reading

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