Daily Archives: June 29, 2018

Clothing optional beach ~ Jim Adams #writephoto

Billy and Linda have been married for 20 years and they still have a wonderful appetency for each other.  It was time for their vacation and they wanted to enjoy a feeling of freedom, knowing that what they each have … Continue reading

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Waves ~ Neha #writephoto

The lonely heart strayed, with the summer waves, gently brushing the shore of forgotten days… it used to love. Reblogged from Forgotten Meadows

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Joy Lennick interviews author Sally Cronin

Reblogged from Joy Lennick, talking to Sally Cronin: Thank you very much Joy for inviting me over for an interview… it is a great pleasure. Where you born and what was your first memory? I was born in Wickham, a … Continue reading

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Look away now?

Originally posted on Tallis Steelyard:
? When Benor Dorfinngil made his way back to the barge he might even have admitted to a sense of smug self-satisfaction. He still had a little of the cash earned from his map making…

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Wave ~ Lady Lee #writephoto

Over the rainbow and far away Where we can wash away worries You take my hand, I take yours Carried by the waves Everything floats The river So cool Fresh You Continue reading at Lady Lee Manila

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The kiss of summer ~ Steve Tanham

Against the heat, I have to climb To drink the air so soft and fine That my sore feet and too hot dog Seek, daily in these fleeting months For she who hides the winter in the wine Continue reading … Continue reading

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Main Mineral Constituent ~ Craig Towsley  #writephoto

They boiled the seawater and separated the salt. Then they used the salt to build a staircase leading up away from the beach. “But this isn’t permanent,” some said. “We’ll have to do it again.” In the silence, the water … Continue reading

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The Giant and the Sun – The ramparts of Camelot

We had only a short way to walk to our second site of the day. We were only going to climb a hill, which sounds simple enough, but there can be few places where fact, fiction, folklore and otherworldly dreams … Continue reading

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Traced by Angels… Stuart France

* ‘Of wheel-tracks there were none just strange, narrow paths across the moorland.’ * * With the dust well settled over the Living Land Workshop, and already two days into our vacation, we found ourselves in search of a map. … Continue reading

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Patience #midnighthaiku

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