Daily Archives: June 14, 2018

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Beginnings – #writephoto

Originally posted on Trent's World (the Blog):
Photo by Sue Vincent Note – this is the thirteenth exciting episode of The Mad Quest!  You can start at the beginning, go to the previous chapter or to the table of…

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In Which Three Becomes One And A Star Is Born #writephoto

Originally posted on TanGental:
Sue Vincent’s #writephoto this week is Dr Humphrey Mildew stared at Hartley Jombe’s stomach. The image was, frankly, stunning. ‘See, Doc. It’s terrible.’ ‘I’d have said it was the work of a skilled practitioner.’ He reached…

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The Little Mermaid Girl and the Great Shark – K. D. Dowdall

Reblogged from K. D. Dowdall: There was once a little girl who believed with all her heart she was a mermaid. The mermaid girl was living in Florida on the beautiful Gulf Coast, when her mother and grandmother took her … Continue reading

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An Orcadian Diary (3): Maeshowe – near life, far life – Steve Tanham

The strange feeling in my head began when the Historic Scotland guide said, “We can’t really call it a burial chamber as no bodies were ever found here…” It wasn’t a headache, more of a lightness…. almost a prompting, an … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Beginnings #writephoto

Every Thursday at noon GMT, I publish one of my photos as a writing prompt.  If you know where the photo was taken, please keep it to yourself until the challenge is closed and I usually share something about the … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up – Remains #writephoto

* Time grinds bone to dust Unpredictable seasons Reaping the harvest Untouched but not unchanging A soul flies free of bondage * The photos for this week’s prompt were a magpie feather and a funerary sculpture from the St Peter’s … Continue reading

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‘And whither then?…’

The Daily Echo is going on holiday. Except, it’s not really a holiday… we have a workshop in Dorset and then afterwards, we hope to spend some time with our American friends, before wandering off to explore pathways new and … Continue reading

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Something fishy in Preseli… Stuart France

‘Pentre-Ifan’ * ‘I know we’re not in England but it doesn’t even feel like we’re in Britain!” We were in Nevern churchyard in Pembrokeshire, Wales, on one of the Silent Eye’s Workshops… And a familiar feeling was creeping over us… … Continue reading

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Wandering #midnighthaiku

Silent pathways call The land has stories to tell Adventure awaits  

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