Daily Archives: March 8, 2020

For whom the bell tolls? ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster, aka Tallis Steelyard: It has to be said that Laxey and I were perhaps a little too pleased with ourselves over the building jobs we’d tackled. To be fair I think that we’d made a worthy … Continue reading

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Torrent ~ Susan Zutautas #writephoto

As water hits me I feel invigorated Torrential currents Continue reading at Susan’s Place

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Living Lore: Gibbet Hill, Coventry ~ Gary Stocker

Gibbet Hill is on the outskirts of Coventry and bisects the Kenilworth Road. It has been used as a place of execution since 1765. In days of yore, three soldiers of Lord’s Pembroke’s Regiment of Dragoons, wearing disguises, mugged three … Continue reading

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Torrent ~ Di #writephoto

Momentum brings us here, gathering sand and pebbles on our way, naively secure in our journey. Suddenly there is nothing below, we fall and flounder in a torrent, angry water boiling around, above and beneath us as we try to … Continue reading

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My Soul ~ Christine Bialczak #writephoto

My Soul My soul flows freely like a river flooded by the rains surrounded by rock to hold me together leading someplace new always changing always present. Continue reading at Stine Writing

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The value of fluff…

Any journey has to start somewhere…and the only place you can start is at the beginning. For each of us, the spiritual journey will look very different… but at some point along the way, we all encounter what is known … Continue reading

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Waterfall ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

The weather was perfect. The hike had been pleasant. They stopped for a picnic on the bank of the stream as it rushed toward the waterfall. The normally bubbling brook was swollen with recent rains. The white water speeding down … Continue reading

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Exotic #midnighthaiku

Exotic dancer Glimpse of faraway beauties Lost so far from home The cork tree in Gosforth churchyard was planted in 1833, and is thought to be the most northerly in Europe. It was an unusual find when we visited the … Continue reading

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