Daily Archives: September 28, 2018

Fall ~ Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

Cascades Falling water Gushing, rushing, spilling Circulating nature’s lifeblood Rapids Cinquain reblogged from But I Smile Anyway

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When Being A Drip Is A Cause For Celebration ~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto #flashfiction

‘Where have you been?’ ‘Wow, I mean, WOW. All over. Really.’ ‘Stop splashing and tell me.’ ‘No, you first. I’m mean it’s been ages, hasn’t it? I really thought I’d lost you.’ ‘Me too.’ ‘So what happened? I thought you … Continue reading

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Exploring islands and castles – and ourselves ~ G. Michael Vasey

Gary Vasey shares his experience on our recent Walk and Talk weekend in Northumberland: This time, the Ryanair flight from Brno to Stansted was on time. This time, I arrived at the scheduled time and skipped through immigration without issues. … Continue reading

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Rise and fall ~ Deepa #writephoto

I cried “I can’t pedal!” dad gave me a push. I declared “I won’t pedal!” he let me fall. right from the start we learn a million ways to fall in love Continue reading at Sync with Deep

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The Last Witch to be Burnt in Perthshire ~ James Elkington

Reblogged from Mountains, Myths and Moorlands: NN87980 24321 Along the A822 road past Crieff and then Gilmerton, shortly past here is a small road to Monzie and the Glenturret Distillery or Famous Grouse Experience. Go on this road and after … Continue reading

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The Last Hrtedyp ~ James Pyles #writephoto

There were tears in seventeen-year-old Latoya Kelly’s eyes as she hiked toward the small waterfall and realized this would be her last Hrtedyp. It was always held on the first full day after the Fall Equinox, precisely at 4:33 p.m. … Continue reading

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North-easterly: Sidetracked by saints

Few churches named after a saint have a historical claim to have been built by their namesake, but St Aidan’s church in Bamburgh is one of the few who have that right. The original church here was founded by St … Continue reading

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Spindle-Stone Heugh… Stuart France

* And so to Bamburgh castle, the king a new wife did bring. But his queen took an instant dislike to her husband’s daughter, Margaret, And transformed her into a Laidly Worm which coiled itself about a Great Stone, And … Continue reading

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Choice #midnighthaiku

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