Never Let Go…
The Tree… Snapped…
I saw this on my walk the other day. I loved the vivid yellow, so bold against the dreary grey of the forest.
Also made all the more clear because of the obvious the dichotomy between nature and the man made plastic of the tape.
Photo Challenge: Letters
In Northern Canada there used to be forests filled with giant white pine trees, now however over the years loggers have cut many of them down. There is one still standing not far from my house, it is easy to spot because it stands 30m higher than everything else. Nicknamed “The Big Tree”, it has become a monument to all who live on the lake, people have even put several plaques in remembrance for those who lived and died while living on the lake’s banks. The Big Tree is our monument.
The Art and Craft of Blogging
A woman's second journey into sexual self-discovery
If you have a story, it is yours, but once you tell your story, in whatever form; poetry, short story, interview, song... It is no longer story yako, it is now story yetu. You and me, the world. It will have inspired, entertained, educated or informed someone. Let us tell our stories... Story zetu.
a day in the life of my sketchbook...
Finding beauty against the grain in literature, photography, and life
A Satirical Word In Your Shell-Like Ear
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diary of a sometimes sub
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one terrible comic per weekday, by Ryan Morrison
fragmented thinking, writing, and rambling, sometime about fantasy books
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