Month: January 2014

WATER WATER EVERYWHERE

Daily Prompt: SOS by michelle w. on January 31, 2014 Photographers, artists, poets: show us WATER. Other Entries:  Perchance to Dream | The Zombies Ate My Brains Ethical Professor Boynton; Part 2 (Nothing to do with today’s Daily Prompt.) | The… Read More ›

THE FOREST FLOOR

The ground under your feet in a woods is full of interesting colors and textures … and sometimes creatures. Although I glance down, usually to avoid tripping over something, I forget to really look — with a photographer’s eye. This is… Read More ›

INSIDE THE BARN

Down the road there’s a big old wooden barn. It dates back to the mid 1700s, but it has been well maintained and recently restored. Inside and out, it’s a real beauty. Goats live in it during the coldest months… Read More ›

FALLING, SORT OF

I sort of fell down the stairs today. Garry said “You can’t ‘sort of’ fall down the stairs. You either fall down the stairs or you don’t fall down the stairs.” “Well, I only fell down half the stairs. And… Read More ›

UNDULATING REFLECTIONS

A Word A Week Photography Challenge – Undulate One day on the river, the light was just right. The strange undulations are actually reflections of trees along the shore, shadows and light in the moving river water.

PAPER BIRCH

The river runs along the road on which we live. It’s a tributary of the bigger Blackstone. I think of it as my river. This is where the birch trees arch over the water. People come to fish here. Herons,… Read More ›

ON THE RIVER

Weekly Writing Challenge: Leave Your Shoes at the Door I started as I always do, half asleep on Suzanne’s comfortable sofa, listening to her hypnotic, melodious voice. She was moving me backward in time, past my birth in this world to… Read More ›