Daily Archives: May 5, 2019

Anglewood ~ Michele Jones #writephoto

Built by his ancestors centuries ago, Anglewood had been passed down to the eldest son each generation. Today it became his. He loathed the thought of it. Anglewood, his ancestor’s house, sucked the life from all who tended to it. … Continue reading

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

Disappearance ~ Teresa Smeigh #writephoto

Roth was having a birthday party with all his school chums. He thought it was silly to have a party at his age, but his mother insisted, and you didn’t tell his mother no. His mother had set up a … Continue reading

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

Gilgamesh descending (3) ~ Steve Tanham

Steve continues to share his experience of the weekend from the perspective of Gilgamesh: Entranced by the living spell that is the movement of the Fate Dancers across their patterned marble floor, I, Gilgamesh – for the other is passive … Continue reading

Posted in The Silent Eye | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Bluebells at Rannerdale

Originally posted on Walking the Old Ways:
The bluebells at Rannerdale are some of the very best in the country, featuring quite regularly in even the national media. And quite rightly. These open hillside bluebells are stunning and now is…

Posted in Photography | 8 Comments

The Devil’s In The Details ~ Jen Goldie #writephoto

She stood just far enough away from the ruins of her family’s past. There was such intricacy, such detail, waiting to be put to rest. She felt in every inch of the hurt and harm she’d heard had grown there … Continue reading

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

Caladur: Leaving… Stuart France

* … The steward, casting a sly glance back into the hall through the great hinges on its doors saw that his Lord and the boy were now conversing in the child’s own outlandish tongue. * Then Ewan rose to … Continue reading

Posted in Fairy Tale, Folk Tale | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Monochrome ~ Di #writephoto

The house was an icon and had stood for years in its own grounds. It had no neighbours or boundaries, the lawns were kept immaculate and no self-respecting daisy or dandelion would dare show its face in the perfect green … Continue reading

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

Lord of the Deep: Dancing the Seven Veils

The first part of the second ritual drama was easy enough to design. The Trapper…who looked so good in his costume, he should really dress that way all the time… brought the news to Gilgamesh that a strange and wild … Continue reading

Posted in The Silent Eye | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Carrot and Coals…

* …Wen seems intent on punishing herself again. I know. I know she probably has little choice but personally speaking I would be more than happy if we never went back to Bar-Brook-One… Ever! That is not going to happen … Continue reading

Posted in albion, Ancient sites, Art, Books, Don and Wen, france and vincent | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Seeking #midnighthaiku

Seeking beyond sight Following a breadcrumb trail The heart knows the way

Posted in Photography, Poetry | Tagged , , , | 13 Comments