Monthly Archives: March 2014

Volcanic glow

The sun burns brightest before dusk — its flares burst forth in chaos — horizon gilded by a volcanic glow — as the golden island sinks below.

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Cloud collage

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Sky boundless space open to air’s nuances the sublime celestial springboard for a breadth of all our creative breaths.

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Silence called me

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
In disbelief, silence called me, echoing my name on the wind, carrying my cares away, until I had nothing left to call my own.

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Appetite building

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An alien archway yawns wide — its rabid jaws wrought with white froth — rows of windows eyeing a solitary tree — appetite building.

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Eagle eyes

Eagle eyes sharp as splinters — a silent cedar sentry aloft at its post — gazing from grain to grain.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Street life

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Farewell song

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A steam engine rests beneath ancient boughs — wheels rooted to grass tracks — coal black body rusted & worn — white clouds billowing above — while the wind whistles its farewell song.

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Ocean beacon

A pelican preens its plumage — feathers floating in soft light — an ocean beacon brought to life.

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Cold-blooded steel

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Salamander silhouette — born of cold-blooded stainless steel — chasing a giant beetle.

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Rainoceros

A charred & rusted rhinoceros foreshadows foul weather from its perch — hoofed thunder echoing atop a tin roof — lightning rod horns pointed due north — towards the coming storm.

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