Daily Archives: July 19, 2019

The clarity of sea and sky

Originally posted on Mallaband-Brown:
Sue Vincent’s challenge. The clarity of my memory was funny, it came and went, but I felt certain that I had been on this beach, in this bay, before. Perhaps it was the scent of the…

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Thursday photo prompt: Clarity #writephoto

Originally posted on willowdot21:
For visually challenged writers, the image shows a seashore with a clear, turquoise sea, bordered by small islands and a rocky headland . ********** Rachel chose to stay in lupine form until she established what was…

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Encountering the Faeries in the 21st Century ~ Neil Rushton

Reblogged from deadbutdreaming: Recently I was sent an email from a woman wanting to share her experience of encountering what appeared to be faeries or nature spirits. As with many people who interact with faerie-type entities for the first time, … Continue reading

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Writings from the Temple III ~ Briony

Briony, who attended her first workshop with the Silent Eye at Lord of the Deep in April, first shared her thoughts with us a little while ago and continued earlier this week. Here she shares a little more of what … Continue reading

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Clarity #writephoto

Originally posted on Trent's World (the Blog):
Photo by Sue Vincent “Where do you think you’re going?”  Sean’s voice was loud, harsh. “Away!” Jan jumped into what she hoped was the local variant of Uber. “Take me to some…

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Dreaming Stones: Disaster, panic and a touch of magic…

We were at the little port of Uig early…we were leaving nothing to chance. We knew there was a restroom we could use, a garage and, if it were open at that time of morning, a café where we could … Continue reading

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Calanais: Graces…

* Presumably the fence is here, to keep out the sheep! * From the camera’s perspective, sheep can be less offensive than people… and fences. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Light #midnighthaiku

Painted impressions Lifetimes written in the skies Light beyond darkness *

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