Polly’s voodoo doll
can kill with just memory.
Take it home and try.
Photograph by Museums Victoria via Uplash
This is my entry for Betty Louise’s Animal of the Day challenge. I haven’t been diligent about keeping up with this challenge. Having been under the weather for the past few days, I at least have some sort of an excuse. Can you believe it’s only ten days to Thanksgiving? I wonder how many people will be able to post photographs of turkeys? Unless it’s frozen, the best I have of shot of posting is a turkey buzzard!
#AOTD #idahobluebird50 #bettylouise39
#Monday Window #mondaywindow
GarGar is watching!
GarGar, le comte des deux chats, literally leaped with joy when Princess Pirouette finally allowed him to kiss her hand. As she extended one delicate, bejeweled hand to her admirer, GarGar’s eye’s nearly popped out of his head.
“Thank you, my love!” He breathed. Blushing slightly, she bowed her head demurely, just as she had been taught by her governess only a few days prior.
#Jez Braithwaite #Fan of…
Weems Creek at dawn, November 16, 2019. Annapolis, Maryland
#Jez Braithwaite #Water Water Everywhere challenge #WWE
# David M’s photoblog #Monochrome Monday
In a dream, I am underwater, trying to swim to the surface. It is cold. I am naked and so afraid of drowning. My lungs are bursting. I decide I can’t take it anymore and I inhale the water. Nothing happens. I can breath. I am a fish. I am free. The surface is no longer a destination. It is a barrier.
Voices calling from far away… my father, my grandmother, my wife and my sister, and many others beckon me to come. I dive. I must follow. I cannot stay.
[This photograph is of Weems Creek, one of my favorite spots in Annapolis. It was taken just yesterday at dawn. The water was smooth and reflective like glass. I decided to rotate this image 180 degrees so that the sky is at the bottom and the water is at the top. I like the effect. What do you think? The above lines were totally unrehearsed. They poured out of me in a few seconds, in keeping with the spirit of this challenge which I am growing to love with all my heart. Thank you, Linda Hill!]