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Tidal

Fettering freedom The song of boundless oceans Captured in a shell Tides abandon their burden Waves embrace will bring it home * For Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday  

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Glisten that Glowers ~ Balroop Singh #writephoto

He sits at the beach. Alone, abandoned. The glistening sea seems to mock at him. The horizon is hazy; the beauty of the beach seems meaningless. The shimmer they soaked in sizzles within. This sea is never going to be … Continue reading

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Glisten ~ Aseem Rastogi #writephoto

The sea glistened in the sunlight as he came out after the short swim. Reblogged from Aseem Rastogi at Transition of Thoughts

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Shimmer ~ Brian F. Kirkham #writephoto

Sole observer watching by the shore, as hopping and skipping towards the beach in a race to get to him Continue reading at  The Inkwell

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A Thousand Miles of History XXIV: The ‘First and Last’ Church

We were sorely in need of grounding after our visit to Boscawen Un stone circle and set off in search of breakfast. Okay, second breakfast. Land’s End… now a tourist attraction rather than the end of the land… was full … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XVIII: The path through the sea…

The tide was still in when we reached Marazion, and yet a line of people snaked between the shore and the island half a mile into the sea, seemingly walking on water. We were going to join them, walking the … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XIII: A toe in the water

The legendary land of Lyonesse lies off the uttermost point of Britain. It is told that the people of that land were tall and fair, beautiful to behold, wise and learned. At the centre of their lands was a wondrous … Continue reading

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Guardian ~ Brian F. Kirkham #writephoto

Family sit on the bank, they’ve been doing this for years keeping an eye out for their neighbours providing cover from the atlantic wind Continue reading at  The Inkwell

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Portal ~ Brian F. Kirkham #writephoto

When i was little, i used to go Out with mum and dad , and take in the Natural beauty of the coastal beaches and amassed hillsides nearby Dipping a toe in cold water and Enjoying a walk Continue reading … Continue reading

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Guest author: Mary Smith ~ Carrick Magic

Carrick Magic She’s an enchantress, as old as creation, never ages, ceaselessly changes. Golden whin skirts, coconut-scented, sweep the rocky shoreline; green petticoats shot through with periwinkle blue, willow herb rose, sea-pink. Beguiles artists with her magic light, shows shapes, … Continue reading

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