Tag Archives: environment

The Ultimate Calamity ~ Fandango  #writephoto

Pointing to a white object in an otherwise desolate landscape, Inark activated his comm device. “Go investigate,” he ordered Gdon. Gdon transported himself to the object Inark had pointed to. “It appears to be some sort of artifact,” Gdon said. … Continue reading

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If Wishes Were Ribbons… Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

We stared at the Wishing Tree with wonder. So majestic, so magical. I could SEE what great things could be done through its powers. “Cut it down,” I told my foreman, “we’ll use these ribbons to make Wishing Pods, and … Continue reading

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First, catch your fish… #writephoto

I can’t remember when I last felt so tired. The past couple of weeks have been hectic… in the best possible way… what with the workshop, reconnecting with old friends while they are in the country and all the usual … Continue reading

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Ben Griam Beg – a speculative archaeology – Gavin MacGregor

Reblogged from Gavin MacGregor at heritagelandscapecreativity: Coblaith furiously lashed the flank of the mud splattered beast as it stumbled up the slope. They had already lost two of their bulls. The first had plunged into a bog pool, thrashing and … Continue reading

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What the Ebb? – Vivian Zems #writephoto

  Well, well…looky here! See what humans have done to this ebbing landscape It’s a tragedy that people don’t care for ebbing earth Pollution, climate change -all these are the ebbing causes of  this ebbing problem Contiue reading: What the … Continue reading

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Tales on the riverbank…

“Have you ever wondered if you could actually walk on water?” Almost the first glimpse of the river looked as if a pathway through the grass continued, uninterrupted across the water, which might have explained the odd musing as we … Continue reading

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Through the Eyes of the Ballachulish Goddess

Reblogged from heritagelandscapecreativity: The Ballachulish Goddess was discovered in 1880 beneath about 10 feet of peat. When she was lifted from lying face down, her quartzite pebble eyes stared forward, unwavering. How remarkable it would have been, when she was … Continue reading

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If it had been a snake…by the Philosopher Mouse of the Hedge

Reblogged from Phil, the Philosopher Mouse of the Hedge: Once again they stomped out of the room knowing without looking that their superior was glaring at her through the one way glass. She sat quite still. Except there was that … Continue reading

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Clepsydra Elegy – champagnewhisky

Reblogged from Paula Read at champagnewhisky: It should come as no surprise that one of the earliest tools humans used to tell time was water. After all, it’s what we are, what we need to live. A clepsydra is an … Continue reading

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Children #midnighthaiku

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