Month: June 2020

#Write Photo – Reflective Thought

#WritePhoto image of a water, sand and reflection by Sue Vincent.

light reflections shone silver
in the palm of my hand

Turtle – Wakulla River – WWE

Turtle swimming into the current from the Access Point 1 CR 365 Bridge.

Photo taken from the Access Point 1: CR 365 bridge of a turtle swimming against the current in the Wakulla River.

Silent Sunday – ST. Andrew’s Garden

St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Jacksonville, Florida.

They are holding church services every Sunday now, but in the main reception building where we vote. I know it is a larger space than the chapel seen in the photographs where they can worship and maintain social distancing.

Song Lyric Sunday – “I Melt” by Rascal Flatts

One night DeMarcus & LeVox were working in a Printer’s Alley nightclub when their part-time guitarist couldn’t make it one night. DeMarcus invited Rooney to join them. A bond was instantly formed!

Six Word Story – Leave

Protect others by wearing a mask during the pandemic

Shweta Suresh Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #43 – June 20, 2020 Leave Leave your house with a mask! Let others know you support wearing a mask by putting a vinyl decal on your car.

LCPP – Unusual Topping – Deer Cake Topper

Chocolate wedding cake with blue flowers & buck and doe topper.

The buck and doe cake topper set on top of a delicious chocolate cake that was to die for! How about that veil and garter?!?

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Waders

Waders are found all over the world on every continent except Antarctica. Identifying waders is pretty easy even for the person who isn’t a birder. Loosely classified are Cranes, Egrets, Herons, Ibises, Rails, Spoonbills, Storks, Flamingos and other species.

Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #2

I encourage you to visit their blogs and see what amazing things they have going on.

Photo prompt round-up: Soar #writephoto

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
All colour stolen Skies dark with threats of danger Rise to the challenge Wings spread wide the soul may soar Seeking a silver lining * The photo for this week’s prompt really seemed to capture the…

#WordlessWednesday – Sunday Sunset

Sunset on Father's Day at Little Talbot Island State Park at high tide.

Wordless Wednesday

incomprehensibus

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Marsha Ingrao - Always Write

Promoting Hobby Blogging

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Writer. Feminist. Historian. Person.

40thousandkm

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Jinan Daily Photo: The Sequel

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Dreams from a Pilgrimage

Now we see through a glass, darkly

AT PATHO

no streetlights, just star light

About the Jez of It

Poetry, stories and strange odds and ends from the desk of a writer

Tish Farrell

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Beyond the Sphere

By Tom Merriman

DIARY OF A NEW GARDENER

A journey back to basics, gardening, recipes and sustainable living!

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The place where you can find out what Lillie thinks

take a walk

and discover

lil bit of everything

shout it from the rooftops

Live Love Laugh Learn

Prose, Poems and Perspectives!

Expect

Keeping People Informed

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Aspiring to be the best at writing. Poetry lover, haiku and free verse to be precise, I hope to one day master

Continued Reflections from my world.

Nature records, places visited and things seen.

REFLECTIONS FROM MY WORLD

Days out with my camera —- LAND SEA & AIR

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Lives and writes at the foot of Pikes Peak

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