Wordless Wednesday

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Next Be Creative Weekend

Feel like getting in touch with your creative side? perhaps find some inspiration to try something new? Pop over to visit Myfanwy and learn how you can make a start with just 15 spare minutes this weekend. I’ve done it twice now and love it!

Creating something every day

So, what are you doing this weekend? How about joining us for a weekend of creativity from  2nd – 4th May? As in previous events prompts will be posted here at regular intervals. You can join in with any – or all of them – or just qualify by doing SOMETHING CREATIVE for a minimum of 15 minutes. The prompts are exactly that – PROMPTS! How you interpret them is up to you. If you haven’t already done so I recommend that you follow the blog (email link in the sidebar) so that you don’t miss anything. Come and join us on Facebook too. More details and the link here.

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Morning, for Oloriel

 

 

Oloriel, at We Drink Because We’re Poets gave a simple prompt today, write an ode to the morning. Any morning, in any form and as I love mornings I’m joining in.

Good Morning Devon

The velvet fold of the sky’s gown,

is seal grey and striped with dove.

Light elevates from the eastern horizon

frothy warm candy floss pink,

the lingering mist burns away

and morn’s waking beauty leads me astray.

Silver dew evaporates from verdant fields

where deer startle and go to ground,

in a hedgerow of fragrant hawthorn.

Nettles and fresh cleavers burst forth,

wild garlic a gypsy ransom, red Campion buds

and berries to ripen in season.

Songbirds, whose heavenly chorus sing

a crescendo like a Devon morning in spring,

that is overflowing, ripe with promise

and brim full of joy for each new day.

If you like mornings why not tell Oloriel in verse?

http://wedrinkbecausewerepoets.com/2014/04/28/poetry-prompt-8-morning/

Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters

Cheri Lucas Rowlands says

For this week’s challenge, share a photo with letters — no matter the alphabet. You can capture a neon sign, a sentence scribbled in an old phone booth, a random letter that’s seemingly out of place, or anything else. As you look through your lens, think about how your image might convey something bigger: a snapshot of how we communicate with one another, even if we don’t speak the same language.

 

 

Do you have letters to share? join in at http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/letters/

 

 

100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups Week# 130

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Julia says,

I’m going to change the mood somewhat this week. It has been the Easter week-end and although it was not about chocolate, it has become a sweet-fest! So, the prompt is:

… but it has nuts in…

Of course I’m going to be rebellious so . . .

Walk for your treats

SX65378745 head south west, cross the clapper bridge on the North Teign River, a mile to the kissing gate. Follow the path west to a dry stone wall and then three stones from the top, eight from the triangular one you’ll find a map shoved in.

You’ll see that you must retrace your steps to the horizontal tree, the ground is boggy, take your boots off and wade through, then the hairy cows won’t follow you. See a standing stone that’s fallen? Put your hand in the mud and feel around. Got it? That’s your treasure box.

‘But it has nuts in it.’

‘Uh?’

Join in at http://jfb57.wordpress.com/2014/04/21/100-word-challenge-for-grown-ups-week130/

 

 

A Garden by the River Dart

My last post from Greenway focuses on the garden. A lovely relaxing place, like most gardens it’s at it’s best in high summer but still plenty to see in April. Views of the river Dart are ever present and often make you stop and draw breathe.

Here are a few photos, click for a larger view and enjoy!

The Passion

Earlier in the week I learnt that Exeter was staging The Passion in the streets today, so camera armed I went to see the event. It began with a service in the Cathedral and a procession through the town. I found it in Bedford Square and got a space close to the front of a big crowd of people. 1 where this lady was the  signing interpreter. 2 and a Roman soldier  really looked the part. 3 Mary’s tears washed the feet of Jesus. 4 Judas betrayed Jesus to the scribes and Pharisees. 5 Elders of the tribe watched

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While a blind man told how Jesus had restored his sight.     7 Then Jesus was brought to  the council of High Priests.

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Je was taken before Pontius Pilate, who spoke with Jesus, then asked the people three times, why Jesus should be crucified.

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The crowd only shouted ‘Crucify him’

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And Jesus was taken away

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with Judas looking on.

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He carried a cross to ‘Calvary’

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Where common thieves were also to be crucified.

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He was nailed to the cross

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he prayed to God the Father until he gave his life

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and his body was taken down.

You know the rest of the story.

Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top

Sara Rosso at the Daily Post says that ‘On top can be a feeling, a perspective, or a physical location’ and asks us to share photos that express On Top this week for the photo challenge.

My photos were taken On Top in Bikaner, Rajasthan,

from the roof of a temple.

This is a photo that I’ve posted before. O don’t what it is about it but it’s one of my all time favourite photos, so I’m sharing it again. It’s the same place as the gallery facing a different direction.

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Join in at http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/on-top/