Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Gallery: Extreme Close Up

 This post is in response to the prompt here. First, a little (true) story… RIGHT, you lot. A bit less noise. Thank you. Now then. A little quiz. Jotters out. Let’s go for it. Question one! What is a magazine?… … Continue reading

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Art I Heart: A Water-coloured drawing

In response to the prompt here, I’m posting a picture that is very special to me: a pencil drawing, coloured in with water-colours, of flowering twigs and plants. It was done by my mother. I new nothing about just how … Continue reading

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The Gallery: Colour

In response to the prompt ‘Colour’ over at The Gallery, let me take you on a very quick tour of the spectrum. First of all, red and orange… …are in this sunrise. Next, yellow and green… …are in this buttercup growing in … Continue reading

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The Red Box

This post was written in response to the ‘100 Word Challenge’ here, where there are links to many more responses. Although entirely fictional, there were, no doubt, many young widows for whom real life was similar to this. From the … Continue reading

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Silent Sunday: 25 March 2012

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Saturday Caption: 24 March 2012

I met this teddy while out for a walk one day. Can you give his picture a caption? Thanks.

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Perchance to Run Away…

This post is a (belated!) response to the prompt here, at ‘Sleep is for the Weak’ and you can see the other responses here.  We live in a world that is increasingly dominated by, and fuelled with, advanced technology. A … Continue reading

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