CB&W: Sign

No Litter Sign 2.jpg

here,

amidst the overgrown

tranquility,

let’s hope to see

no discarded packets

or rusting cans:

the only litter allowed

is nature’s own


This post is for Cee’s Black and White Challenge. This week’s theme is signs of any kind.

The picture, in case anyone is curious, was taken on the lane near to the meadow I tend to spend most of my time photographing.

I’m now in the third week of NaNoWriMo, and my novel is progressing. I’d like to say it’s progressing well, but that wouldn’t really be accurate. Whilst I’m happy with my word count of 16,000 words, I’m still well behind target!  The par for day 15 is 25,000 words. Eek! Despite still having a lot of catching up to do, I thought I’d take a little while off from novel writing to put together a photo and a few words for one of my favourite challenges.

While I’m here, I’d also like to say ‘thank you’ to everyone who’s visited and commented on my last few posts, and ‘sorry’ if I’ve not returned the visit or replied to you yet. I will get around to everyone eventually – there are just so many wonderful blogs to visit and so little blogging time available!

Talk to you all again soon. 🙂

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6 Comments on “CB&W: Sign

  1. Lovely words! It’s a shame it even needs a “no littering” sign to clutter up the scenery 😦

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  2. So sad that a reminder sign against littering is needed in a such beautiful place. Can’t we all figure this out on our own? And even more sadly…I know the answer to that.

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