Daily Archives: January 5, 2019

Renewal ~ Di #writephoto

Raspberry sky, Souffle clouds depicting Air pockets of colour, Stepping stones of cotton. Trees in silhouette, Reaching upwards Brush Nature’s paint In all its glory. Continue reading at pensitivity101

Posted in photo prompt, Photography, Poetry | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

Creating an Audiobook Using ACX – My Experience – Part 1 of 3

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
In a recent post, I described the process for striking out on your own and recording an audiobook. As I mentioned in that post (found here), I originally went down this post and didn’t…

Posted in Photography | Leave a comment

Renewal ~ Penny Wilson #writephoto

The new dawn danced its way into existence with a light show Setting the sky ablaze with cotton-candy puffs of clouds Continue reading at Penny Wilson Writes

Posted in photo prompt, Photography, Poetry | Tagged , | Leave a comment

The Giant’s Song

“…Will you forge the straight track for us, old friend?” Merlin asked the giant. Ogmios’ eyes gleamed in the starlight. “Come, it is long since we walked such a path together. Stay close and have your children gather their courage.” … Continue reading

Posted in albion, Books, fantasy, fiction, france and vincent | Tagged , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Some Faerie Fiction

Originally posted on deadbutdreaming:
Here are some draft sections from my forthcoming novel. The story deals with the progression of a folklorist sent out to the rural hinterlands to study faerie beliefs among the countryfolk. The main locus is a…

Posted in Photography | Leave a comment

Renewal ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

This is the 31st and final chapter of “Of Wind and Wings”.  See the table of contents here. Note – I posted three chapters that did not follow one of Sue’s prompts.  Here is a brief overview in case you … Continue reading

Posted in photo prompt, Photography | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Even mountains mourn…

Image by Stefan Keller Long ago, when the world was young, a fire had burned in him, red as hearts’ blood and he had called it love. She had risen beside him, igniting the life within, and their lives had … Continue reading

Posted in fiction, symbolism | Tagged , , , , | 48 Comments

Renewal ~ Deepa #writephoto

crack of the dawn come great renewal calms up the tides life finds a way out of the darkest spots a sky full of floating colorful kites! Reblogged from Sync with Deep

Posted in photo prompt, Photography, Poetry | Leave a comment

A church under wraps II

As we opened the door into St Kentigern’s church, it was fairly obvious we had picked the wrong time to visit. Not only was the sudden and relative warmth of the building steaming up the camera lens like there was … Continue reading

Posted in albion, Art, Churches, Don and Wen, france and vincent, historic sites, Photography, Sacred sites, symbolism, Templars | Tagged , , , , , , | 23 Comments

‘This Time’… Stuart France

* …The phrase itself can be used to represent or to predict. Also worth contemplating? * In the Timaeus, Plato relates the legend of Atlantis, A fabled isle of plenty now, and also in his day, lost to the ocean-bed. … Continue reading

Posted in albion, Ancient sites | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments