Weekly Photo Challenge: Connection

Riverboat idling Amidst the harvest sun’s glee Youthful dreams recalled The child’s wants expressed In wildly scattered glitter River flowing on It took me quite a long time to decide what to write to accompany these pictures. I knew that I wanted to express at least one of the ways in which they fit the Weekly... Continue Reading →

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The Crossing – Part Five

Here's part five of The Crossing. For those of you who haven't already read them, or for anyone who wants to refresh their memory of what happened, here are the links to Part One, Part Two, Part Three and Part Four. Enjoy! The Crossing: Part Five Genre: historical: early C13th England Part Five Dair was barely conscious, mumbling unintelligibly as the forester carried... Continue Reading →

The Crossing – Part Four

Here's part four of The Crossing. For those of you who haven't already read them, or for anyone who wants to refresh their memory of what happened, here are the links to Part One, Part Two and Part Three. Enjoy! The Crossing: Part Four Genre: historical: early C13th England Move! Dair’s eyes flashed open and he surged forward in a stumble that sent... Continue Reading →

Fisherman’s Blues

Fisherman’s Blues Away from everyday concerns, from civilisation’s stress filled existence, gaze out over sun caressed waters, and let the current erode all cares. Today's picture is a painting (acrylic on canvas, 20"x 20") which I painted for my brother's Christmas present. He has always loved fishing and can spend hours on end down by... Continue Reading →

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