Daily Archives: August 17, 2020

The hidden courtyard of one of England’s best preserved castles ~ Caroline Swan

Reblogged from Flickering Lamps: It may not be the first place that springs to mind when one thinks of England’s great castles, but in the North Yorkshire town of Skipton a fine medieval castle dominates the skyline.  Skipton Castle, the … Continue reading

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Clouded~ Di #writephoto

Nature’s children were floundering as drinking holes ran dry, shrubs withered and died, food became scarce. The heat was relentless and endless, there was no air movement, everywhere was still, stifling and oppressive. Continue reading at pensitivity101

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Dreaming Stones: Over the Sea to Skye…

We left the medieval church at Rodel rather reluctantly… not just because there was still so much we wanted to explore, but because it meant we were heading north once again towards Tarbert and the ferry. Our time on the … Continue reading

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Calanais: Cnoc Ceann a’Gharaidh…

* The Head-of-Gary Hill, otherwise known, these days, as Callanish II… provided us with a rest-up place for the night. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Lost! ~ Happysoul #writephoto

Stones, thorns pierce my feet, Thoughts entangled into a knot! Clouded by obstacles Continue reading at Live Love Laugh Learn

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Dear Don: Cheesehound…

Dear Don, I have to point out that the precise origin of ‘your ‘slug trails are probably more unmentionable than the ones I am currently dealing with… No suit should be subjected to such gelatinous treatment and I have the … Continue reading

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Clouded ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

This is a continuation of a story I wrote last year, Rift. Everything had seemed so simple!  Jeg had received word from Ashna herself, queen of the godlike Atonee, that he was the key.  All he had to do was … Continue reading

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The Small Dog’s ‘Recipe’ for Chicken

“There are, you know, limits, O writer,” said I, “To how long I’ll stay here to whimper and sigh. Perhaps it’s the heat that been making me sicken… But now I’m not well, you should feed me on chicken.” * … Continue reading

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Clouded ~ Joelle LeGendre #writephoto

I have danced under a clouded sunset into relentless darkness. Wanting…waiting…for sunlight to shimmer between the hills. Left in the comments by Joelle Le Gendre

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Pioneer #midnighthaiku

Pioneer spirit Winged freedom knows no borders Far-travelled seeker * The silver striped hawk moth is not a common sight in the UK, originating mainly in Africa and South Asia. One of several unusual moths we have seen in my … Continue reading

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