Daily Archives: April 11, 2020

Running Away to Walk ~ John Bainbridge

Reblogged from John Bainbridge at Walking the Old Ways: Here’s an extract from my walking autobiography Wayfarer’s Dole, recalling how all this walking really started… The other day, thinking back on my many rambles, I remembered the time I deserted … Continue reading

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Bells ~ Kim Blades #writephoto

In the bliss of solitude I wandered beneath the greenwood in meadows freckled with blue Continue reading at Kim Blades

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  From the archives: What was supposed to be a quick, two day ‘raid’ on Dorset, back in 2013, somehow expanded, as our travels seem to do, to include a few other places… like Somerset. And eventually, Wiltshire… Sitting on … Continue reading

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Out of the blue? ~ Jules #writephoto

out of the blue? come out of hiding bluebells mask the forest floor filter away stress Continue reading at  Jules Pens Some Gems

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Morning’s Beechwood Wakes ~ Goff James #writephoto

Reblogged from Goff James at Art, Photography and Poetry

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Last year, my son had his garden re-done. The heavy sleepers supporting the old decking had rotted beyond salvation and what should have been a quick repair job became a major undertaking that took all summer and well into the … Continue reading

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Fairy Bells ~ Alethea Kehas #writephoto

The fairies began to spread the blue bells soon after the last footstep had departed. In the center of their forest, they heaved the torn limbs of an ash into a pyramid. Gaia sighed relief as they gathered around the … Continue reading

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Different #midnighthaiku

Big fish or little Someone stands out from the crowd There is always one The fish in the pond all have names and quite distinctive characters. Fred, a lovely bright orange butterfly koi, is one of the babies. The markings … Continue reading

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