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Taking It On The Chin #writephoto #flashfiction

Originally posted on TanGental:
The Pacific Basin ? For three days, the coasts of eastern Australia, New Zealand and all the Pacific islands were inundated with a strange matted fibrous material, unlike any seaweed or plant life ever seen before.…

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The Day I Killed Mom #MothersDay #humor #SundayBlogShare

Originally posted on Barb Taub:
The day I Killed Mom—a (mostly) true story When she turned fifty, my mother took up a new career: dying. It was a family tradition, she explained. “People in my family don’t make it out…

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Holding Hope

Originally posted on Colleen Briggs:
Holding Hope; 2017; 18″ x 23″; watercolor Sometimes the greatest expression of love is simply to stand shoulder to shoulder, holding hope for each other. 

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Scratting About on the Moors

Originally posted on Walking with a Smacked Pentax:
It has been ages since I had a good old poke about on Rombalds moor. I have been up there a couple of times lately, but they were just showing people around on the…

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Thursday photo prompt – Empty #writephoto

Originally posted on pensitivity101:
Nip over to Sue Vincent’s site to check on this week’s photoprompt: This picture reminds me of a beach on the outskirts of my home town: This was not the way for the prim, naive,…

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The Archaeologists – by Lady Lee #writephoto

“The petroglyphs told the story of an unusual event.” “I thought that a leviathan was scaring the fish away from something,” Peter suggested. “You could be right, Peter, look at these, their success required dogged determination,” Rick agreed. “Did someone … Continue reading

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In the Deep, #writephoto

Originally posted on pamelascanepa:
“This sure is some prime real estate, Jack,” Erin whispered.  There was an eerie, yet reverent awe to her voice. “We’re as far away from the front lines as we could be.  It’s safe here.” Jack…

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