Daily Archives: April 9, 2019

Threshold ~ Sisyphus #writephoto

  There, long ago, when we had space, and the air was pure, there we lived: us, the whole tribe, the children, the very old, the wise and the fools. At night we were safe, the sea protected us. We … Continue reading

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Releasing A Jamie ~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

Cassandra Apostrophe thought geography field trips with year 10 were like being consigned to one of the seven halls of hell, alongside dinner with her Aunt Joanne where she was expected to plead for her inheritance and her annual checkup … Continue reading

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The Wallace Stone ~ James Elkington

Reblogged from Mountains, Myths and Moorlands: From Dunblane, head up the Glen Road for nearly a mile, turning left up the Sheriffmuir Road and all the way on till you reach the pub near the T-junction another couple of miles … Continue reading

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Ambercrest Cave ~ Michele Jones #writephoto

Petra walked the shore of Allanon many times but stopped and turned around before passing Ambercrest Cave. The legend surrounding the cave had everyone afraid. She had to know if the legend was true but didn’t want to go alone. … Continue reading

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Field of Sheaves…

* …I have a bad feeling about this place. But Wen insists, and when Wen insists… not even graphic descriptions of the steepness of the hill itself could deflect her… so here we are… half way up the climb… resting … Continue reading

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Lights Out! ~ Teresa Smeigh #writephoto

In the distance Sandy could see light. Although she was weak from being held without food or water for days, her mind could still work. Light had to mean the exit was that way. Her main problem now was how … Continue reading

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‘A succession of little things…’

With just over two weeks to go before we set off for the north and the start of the April workshop, things are getting a bit weird. On the one hand, everything is pretty much written, prepared, thought out and … Continue reading

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Siesta… Stuart France

* Sweating hours. Quiescence lies like a crime. * The crack of dry twigs underfoot… startles! A tumultuous green-flash of thumping rampage. Dog legs. Baboon haunches. A luminous ankh arrows away. A way out to tree-stump. To crook torso and … Continue reading

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Painting #midnighthaiku

After frozen clouds Green cedes to exuberance Repainting the world

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