Daily Archives: October 13, 2018

Bone ~ Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

The skull was laying in the trodden down wheat field daring me to pick it up. It looked like the remains of a deer or a cow without the horns, I couldn’t really tell because it wasn’t whole and the … Continue reading

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Bone ~ Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

A rugged landscape Embellished with skeletons Bones telling stories Continue reading at But I Smile Anyway

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#writephoto regulars introduce themselves ~ Jai from Jai’s Writing Retreat

I asked the writephoto challenge regulars if they would like to come over and introduce themselves. Without those of you who write and read the pieces inspired by the weekly photos, the prompt would not exist. So, if you follow … Continue reading

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Bone ~ Di #writephoto

This is all that is left of me, A lowly creature tired and weak, Who lay down to rest And slept for eternity. My eyes are long gone, My head now detached and empty, Picked clean by scavengers, A skull … Continue reading

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Darlene Foster is a guest of Charles Yallowitz: Finding Time to Write

Reblogged from Legends of Windemere: Finding Time to Write You have a great idea for a book. You’ve been thinking about it for a long time, probably years. But you’re too busy with a job, kids, aging parents, volunteer work … Continue reading

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DevilSkull ~ Kyt Wright #writephoto

“How much further?” huffed Karen. “We’ve been walking for hours.” “Not much.” replied Jim. “and we’ve been walking an hour at best. “Couldn’t we have driven here?” she moaned. “No, the suspension wouldn’t take it.” They had walked for over … Continue reading

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North-easterly: Sidetracked and gobsmacked

We had chosen to take a very long route home for one simple reason… there was something we wanted to see that was never going to be on our way to anywhere. So the possible three hour journey took us … Continue reading

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Mother Bear… Stuart France

Carreg Samson * With a total disregard for tradition we tackled our ‘just right bowl of porridge’ first . It is strange to say, perhaps, but this particular conglomeration of, once covered but now exposed, structured stone did not, initially, … Continue reading

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Identity #midnighthaiku

The Andle Stone is a boulder, fifteen feet long, and covered with prehistoric cup and ring marks. It stands on Stanton Moor in Derbyshire, between the stone circles of Doll Tor and Nine Ladies. there is no question that it … Continue reading

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