These interesting benches can be found at my local library which was rebuilt just in time for the pandemic. Only recently has the library opened. Masks are required! Pull up a Seat These interesting seats can be found at the location of the temporary home for my library while the new one was under construction.
I shot these just a few minutes ago in my own back yard, using my lowly iPhone 11.
For this, the last day of the April Bright Squares Challenge, I’m submitting a bit of the sublime and bit of the silly. First the sublime… And then the silly…
The ceremony was conducted in the great cathedral. Outside hordes of people chanted, “GarGar! Pirouette! GarGar! Pirouette!” Inside the old King and his ministers watched from the gallery above. The betrothal of Princess Pirouette to le comte des Deux Chats had been rehearsed and re-rehearsed days in advance, leaving no room for error. The Princess,Continue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Gobsmacked”
Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge
Princess Pirouette took one last look at the home where she was raised and said a silent goodbye. The old groundskeeper gave one of the horses a slap and yelled, “Hyah!” and off the carriage tore down the dry and dusty country road. She was on her way to the capital, to a new lifeContinue reading “Dan’s Thursday Doors: April 29, 2021”
A couple of these photos have appeared before in some form or another. I’m submitting them now for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge.
I’m afraid that my moon shots pale in comparison to Becky’s which are worthy of NASA, but I want to keep to the theme. Here are my humble submissions to Becky of Winchester’s April Bright Squares Challenge.
“Curiosity killed that cat!” Shrieked Tata Sous-sus, brandishing a wooden spoon as she chased little Princess Pirouette from the family library. The memory from so many years ago still burned in the now older woman’s heart. Despite the distance of time, the pain wrought by such treatment was raw, fresh and unsettling. I’ll never forgiveContinue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Curious”