Daily Archives: July 27, 2018

Complexity of Art ~ Reena Saxena #writephoto

Michelangelo and his famous sculpture of David were the sculptor’s inspiration – “Just remove everything that is not David.” He wanted to eliminate the impact of future environmental damage, but did not have the technical competence to do it. Acid … Continue reading

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Stone ~ Willow Willers #writephoto

Don’t lose your head, that was the first thing they taught you at school. Being a stone goth meant you needed your head. Technically he had not lost his head, it had taken umbridge and stormed off. Anthgoth had spent … Continue reading

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Guest author: Trent P. McDonald ~ Dreams… and The Halley Branch – a new release!

Dreams.  We all have them.  Do they mean anything?  Some people used to think that they were communications with spirits or the gods.  Some thought that if read correctly would they tell the future.  A more modernist might say they … Continue reading

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how do you write… Deepa #writephoto

And the award for the best author goes to… The neon lights were flashing on me. The host asked me “how do you write? Where do you get the inspiration to write”? To the world, it is a stone, a … Continue reading

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An Extract from Lord of the Elements ~ G. Michael Vasey

Reblogged from The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey: No one objected and so they switched off the lights. It took a while for eyes to accustom themselves to the darkness and refocus on the upturned glass. Time passed. A … Continue reading

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Stone # pensitivity #writephoto

From a distance, it looks like a house of some description, but get closer and you could see it was a stone. Look closer still, and it was not just any stone. It seemed to be alive. Each face, and … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XI: The Dancing Stones

We spent the night in Penzance…and that’s about as much as we can say about the place. It is probably unfair to judge the town on the little we saw of it in our ten-minute stroll by the sea, on … Continue reading

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‘Hear and bow’… Stuart France

* ‘This world is not a goods depot.’ * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Louder #midnighthaiku

A world at peace Tranquility and motion In perfect balance * Breaking the silence The ego seeks attention One voice drowns the rest

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