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Tag Archives: Natural World
Once again the daytime slipped away from me and I’m not ready for what I planned to post. Here is an unfinished piece I wrote earlier this year. It’s about a little girl and her father going stargazing on top … Continue reading
City folk think I’m a farm girl. Farm folk think I’m a city girl. -Me
So this is a long one. A fairly long one. I don’t know if that’s good or bad. It also didn’t go or do quite what I expected. I think that’s ok though. Maybe. I could have stopped at about … Continue reading
On October 30th there were some very beautiful clouds and an irresistibly subtle sunset.
Rachel stood paralyzed. The void wasn’t wide but the rocks were slippery under her bare feet.
October 27th is the day I first smelled winter coming.
So one specific reason I bought a new camera was to take moon photos. The first night I captured the moon I declared, to myself, that the camera was worth every penny I spent on it.
Now I know I might be a little late for a “it’s really fall!” post but the other day I was inspired and it’s taken this long to write it down. (This is an arbitrary list per my experience this … Continue reading
“Mondays Finish the Story. This is a flash fiction challenge where we provide you with a new photo each week, and the first sentence of a story. Your challenge is to finish the story using 100-150 words, not including the … Continue reading