Daily Archives: July 26, 2018

The Gathering Stone ~ James Pyles #writephoto

Malcolm Potter was desperate enough to finally make the pilgrimage. He once thought it was all silly nonsense, but things had gone too far. The monster in the White House had made an incredible mess over the past two years, … Continue reading

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A standing stone.

Originally posted on Kyt Wright:
Taken by my fair wife a few years hence. ?

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Consider Perspective – #writephoto

Originally posted on rivrvlogr:
Consider Perspective And the relative nature of scale. Those who find the need to be circumspect by isolating issues without recognizing their impact on others reveal their petty nature with no regard for the welfare of…

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Introducing The Labyrinth and some history on the setting

Originally posted on Not Tomatoes:
Now available in print and Kindle!  The Labyrinth, now available on Amazon in print and Kindle. It seems fitting that I am sitting looking out on Lake Merrymeeting while I write this post announcing the…

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Pilgrims of Blood and Stone

The blood: the Life that flows through us, taken in as breath, fresh each second, flowing out to be renewed in the world of nature; natural, given. The stone: the fixed structures we rely on to ensure persistence of that … Continue reading

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Sibi Mela, Pakistan ~ Mary Smith

Reblogged from Mary Smith’s Place: Here in Scotland we are in the middle of the agricultural show season. The Royal Highland Show, the flagship event of the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, starts things off in June when … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Stone #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 – Summit #writephoto

* The path leads onwards Following the heart’s desire Each step marks a choice Embracing the adventure Each footfall sings of courage * The photo for this week’s prompt was taken at the church of St Michael de la Rupe … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History X: Mist and mystery

It took us about an hour to drive the twenty-odd miles from Brentor to the Cornish village of Minions on Bodmin moor. There were two sites that we wanted to visit, both of them on the Michael Line, the ley … Continue reading

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Of quantity and quality… Stuart France

* ‘One thing good, two things better… Two things bad, one thing good.’ Count Jack Black * Reblogged from Stuart France

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