Monthly Archives: January 2015

A Winter Walk

This gallery contains 6 photos.

Originally posted on Meg Travels:
This is my second winter in Virginia and there has been a lot of sunshine during the month of January.  I saw a little snow one morning but it was gone by the afternoon.  Since…

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Lovebird is a compact, small colorful parrot

Originally posted on Photo Trap:
Colorful Lovebird Picture The lovebird is a compact, small stocky parrot mostly about 5-6 inches in length. They have a large bill and a tail that is either round or square. Their average life span…

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Guest Post from Hawai’i 4

I love this place…great photo. mybeautfulthings The flowers on Hawai’i are exquisite . Here is a yellow Hibiscus, photo taken by my sister. View original post

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‘White Oleander’ Author: What Makes Greatness?

Originally posted on Janet Fitch's Blog:
This question was posed for me by a reader on my Goodreads page. For me, the best questions are the ones that make me think more deeply about the issues involved. This was…

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San Fransisco

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Leave the pen. Take the cannoli.

Originally posted on petescully:
Late last month, on the weekend before Christmas, I took a day in San Francisco, just to get out of Davis for a little while and sketch things on ground that slopes a bit. I didn’t…

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My beautiful garden extract from The Boomer Generation due out in May 2015.

I had checked in on the children and there were all fast asleep and that delicious sense of early morning peace was pervading the whole house. As the clock ticked, our golden retreiver Bella and our elderly ginger cat Fudge … Continue reading

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So You Want to Be a Storyteller?

I Loved reading this..

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On Being “Discontinued”

Originally posted on bookconscious:
I’ve been writing The Mindful Reader column for The Concord Monitor since April 2012. Thirty-three columns, one a month on the Sunday book page, reviewing dozens of books, all by New Hampshire or northern New England…

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Walking on Water

Originally posted on Broken Light Collective:
Photo taken by contributor Ty Fitzgerald, a man who has been diagnosed with Bipolar II. Ty has a fondness for Lo-fi and Lux filters because they intensify shadows, highlights and colors. Such photos visually represent the way he sees the…

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