WPC: Edge

time flows with the shifting tides tumbling over castle walls to drown in watery obscurity This post is for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. This week's theme is edge. The photograph was taken on the battlements of the castle at St Michael's Mount in Cornwall, UK.

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MftS: Interlude

Here's this week's entry into Monday's Finish the Story flash fiction challenge, run by Barbara W. Beacham. This challenge gives you a picture prompt and the first line and asks that you finish the story in 100-150 words. The given line is in italics. Interlude Now this is living the life of Riley. Axien blinked... Continue Reading →

Cee’s Which Way Challenge 2015: Week #4 – A Path Through History

 A Path Through History Rickety fences direct your steps with genteel insistence as you follow the meandering path, uneven stone beneath your feet and the summer sun warm upon your skin. With curious eyes you explore the ruins. Once an extravagant display of elitist dominion, a focal point for struggles of class and ideology, the... Continue Reading →

Photography 101 – Weekend 3 – Detail in Architecture

Ageless Splendour See the beauty in the detail: each elegant curve, each fragile carving, all remnants of ages past. See how the smallest wonders are concealed in nooks and corners, every recess holding its secrets. See how nature seeks to reclaim: moss inching over stonework, birds making home anyplace they desire. See the efforts of... Continue Reading →

Photography 101 – Landmark

Fortress, Once Mighty Weathered masonry, moss coated, mottled with tendrils of creeping ivy, standing immovable despite the passage of years; enduring regardless of the ravages of wars, form altered but undestroyed. A landmark for generations, Gateway to the North, standing sentinel beside ever flowing waters. A witness to lifetimes yet to pass. I took quite... Continue Reading →

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