Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Working together Insignificance creates Living miracles Fragrance of honey Recalling no paradise But the here and now The smallest of things Changing the widest landscape Life in harmony ?
Originally posted on Roth Poetry:
This impressionistic painting of a Packet Boat on the Mononghela River takes me back to the era of steam power. I grew up near a small town along this river. Packet boats traveled up and down the river from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Morgantown, West Virginia, carrying people and goods. They stopped at…
Originally posted on like mercury colliding…:
dark moon cover… we watched quietly, breathless, as the sun dusked softly between light and shade, harmony murmuring on the breeze ~kat On the day of the great American Eclipse – 21 August 2017
Originally posted on jovina cooks:
Breakfast breads are comforting but they can be unhealthy. Keep them healthy by adding whole grains, low-fat dairy and fruit. A Healthy Doughnut? Healthy doughnuts do exist. These baked ones are the way to go to reduce the fat and calories. Don’t be put off by the fact that some…
Source: Mundane Monday Challenge #123 : Learn Photography – Trablogger
Originally posted on Sketches By Nitesh:
I really love drawing with ink. No doubt about that, right? Hmm, so a while back, one of my friends asked me why I add this hatched lines and not simply try to give more realistic details. Alright, my answer went something like this, “Am I taking a picture…
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Source: Prompt #3087 The Porter | The Writing Reader