Daily Archives: August 3, 2018

Wanderlust ~ Deepa #writephoto

It’s my new addict browsing my newsfeeds and timeline for wanderlust shuttling between travel blogs and apps I am a virtual traveler in disguise Continue reading at Sync with Deep

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Track ~ Rosemary Carlson #writephoto

As she walked down the long, dark track in the Appalachian forest, she thought of the wild things that used to be so populous here and how few of them remained. The deer had once walked up on her porch … Continue reading

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Elusive Realities: Lynda McKinney Lambert – A Visitation from Butterflies

When I see a butterfly in a summer field, it brings back a specific memory. The impressions are as vivid as they were nine years ago, when I witnessed something miraculous! My rare observation was not in warm weather, nor … Continue reading

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At all costs ~ IainKelly #writephoto

Her lungs felt like bursting, her legs had no energy left in them. Still she pushed herself on. The bell rang for the final lap of the track. She pictured that tunnel of trees over and over in her mind. … Continue reading

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I Shall Rise: Regeneration of a Knight ~ Jan Malique

Reblogged from strangegoingsonintheshed:   In a previous chapter of this saga, Walking the Labyrinth, we left the Knight Templar at the centre of the Labyrinth. He stood face to face with the Great Bull and partook of his nature but wasn’t a devotee … Continue reading

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Track ~ pensitivity #writephoto

There is a place, Not far from here, Where time stands still, And water runs clear. Where birds constantly chatter High up in the trees, And the leaves gently quiver In the whispering breeze. Where worries are absent, Continue reading … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XVI: The house of the raven…

We could have chosen to visit Chysauster, that being the biggest and best preserved of the ancient settlements in the area, but that very fact means it is more likely to be full of people… and it was the lives … Continue reading

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Playing Place… Stuart France

* Well, it didn’t take us long to get there did it? But let’s ponder a moment what this structure could mean… Continue reading at Stuart France

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Maturity #midnighthaiku

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