Daily Archives: September 9, 2018

Murder in the Mountain ~ Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

There are moments in a man’s life when he starts to hate that which he loves the most. Detective Chacko was up against such a moment. Never in his wildest dreams had wily fifty year old magined that one day … Continue reading

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Turning ~ Hello Lauren #writephoto

Summer turns to fall Crisp yellows and reds fall on Paths turning cold with Shorter days snow capped hills On the brisk heels of autumn Reblogged from Hello Lauren

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Guest author: Roberta Eaton ~ The Sutton Hoo Helmet

Background Since its discovery in 1939, the Sutton Hoo Helmet has been a highly evocative symbol of Anglo Saxon England. The discovery of the Sutton Hoo Helmet The excavation of the grave barrows or mounds at Sutton Hoo was at … Continue reading

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Retreat ~ Jan Malique #writephoto

I haven’t taken part in Sue’s Thursday Photo Prompt for  a while, so nice to spin a little tale for her. An old favourite of mine returns, Little Troll. This time he’s on a break with his friend, Adrian, a former … Continue reading

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The Twelve Apostles and Burley Moor ~ Mark Sunderland

Reblogged from Mark Sunderland Photography ~ Mark visits a place close to my heart. Please click through to see the rest of his gorgeous pictures of one of my favourite stone circles: I thought it was a bit ironic as … Continue reading

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Turning ~ Michael #writephoto

With the seasons turning, and winter giving way to the warmth and thaw of spring the snowman looked down the valley where already he could see the new growth of spring was well underway. He lamented the decline of the … Continue reading

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Second childhood…

With the unconscious wisdom of youth, my son decided that he would give me a games console. It is not, perhaps, the obvious gift for a woman about to enter her seventh decade, but then, he assures me that as … Continue reading

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Turnings… Stuart France

* …First she was a speck, black against the sky, then she was an arrow balancing the breeze, finally, after measuring the hole in the wall of my room with her wing-span, she became an awesome, majestic weight, sprung upon … Continue reading

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Earth to earth #midnighthaiku

When the meadows dance Lay your head on my pillow And forget the world No breast is softer No bride wears a fairer gown No perfume so sweet Breathe in my essence Bury yourself in beauty Remember your own My … Continue reading

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