Daily Archives: April 22, 2018

Guest author and photographer: Marilyn Armstrong – Not killing the pheasant

We had a rifle. It was my first husband’s rifle. It too just one shot at a time because it was really a competition rifle and wasn’t intended to do anything but hit targets. Paper targets. It was a very … Continue reading

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Winter Returns to Pull the Cells Inward – Alethea Kehas

Reblogged from Not Tomatoes: Two years ago the weather was the same. The New Hampshire climate is not so different from the Peak District of England. April can be sunny and warm, or it can return, in a moment, to the … Continue reading

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Looking in the Looking Glass

As I schedule a post or two in advance to cover my absence for the Silent Eye’s workshop weekend, there are few things I can predict with any certainty. You never know what is going to happen or how things … Continue reading

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Jewel in the Claw… Stuart France

* ‘The fool doth think he is wise But the wise man Knows himself to be a fool…’ * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Direct #midnighthaiku

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