Daily Archives: August 1, 2018

The Wishing Stone ~ Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie #writephoto

The Wishing Stone I have sat on the great stones on Bodmin Moor, watched a bull cross my vision. I have stood in front of Stonehenge in wonder and walked among the stones at Avebury, trying to count them. People … Continue reading

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The Stone ~ Dorinda Duclos #writephoto

The sun beat down on the vegetation that edged along the stream. At the crest of that pathway, a large stone, held its ground. I couldn’t help but notice the resemblance of a face. I could clearly make out the … Continue reading

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Guest author: Phyllis Staton Campbell ~ Out of the Night

Two women, two centuries, and one man determined to destroy them, even from the grave. Chris has faced many challenges in her twenty-one years of life, a mother more involved with her career than with her daughter, a father who … Continue reading

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Brush Whack ~ Craig Towsley  #writephoto

Dunn stumbled from behind the solitary stone in the scrubland when he heard the coach coming, and fell across the trail. Hollering, the driver reined the horses. They reared snorted and stomped their hooves inches from Dunn’s face. “Hold on,” … Continue reading

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Happy Yorkshire Day!

Originally posted on Mark Sunderland Photography Blog:
To celebrate Yorkshire Day today here are just a few images from my favourite shoots so far this year.  The featured image above is Haworth at dusk – as it’s just two days…

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To the despairing writer

Originally posted on M.C. Tuggle, Writer:
“If you only write one book in your whole life, and only sell 600 copies or less, nonetheless, I assure you, I solemnly assure you, that this book will be someone’s absolutely favorite…

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The Time capsule ~ Sally Cronin #shortstory

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: The three children sat on the green swing seat that was tucked in beside the newly planted tree just as the sun was setting behind the wooden fence. Mitchell sat between his two sisters as he pushed … Continue reading

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Triune Journeys~ Frank J. Tassone #writephoto

It could be a path between fields in the backcountry of Portugal’s Trans os Montes. Or a trail across the frontier between Mexico and the American Southwest. Or a dirt road in a high, dry summer somewhere in mountains lying … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XIV: Just a place to play…

We liked St Just as soon as we arrived… the little town, just a few miles from Land’s End has a good ‘feel’ to it, even when it is shrouded in sea-mist. It is a place of old stone and … Continue reading

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Across moorland… Stuart France

* These strange, narrow tracks betoken something, processional, perhaps… exhaling us where they do with little work to accomplish. * Continue reading at Stuart France

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