Tuesday Photo Challenge: Common

When the delegation from Parliament had finished with their pretty speeches, Queen Pirouette looked at them all from her high place on the throne with barely concealed exasperation. How can they be so stupid! She thought to herself. Clearing her throat, she immediately commanded silence from the assembly. “Whenever a delegation comes to me from theContinue reading “Tuesday Photo Challenge: Common”

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Tuesday Photo Challenge Week 187: Fantasy, November 19, 2019

Pchtikwitle, the squirrel and his friend Tchk-tchk were on their way to enjoy some breakfast, but they couldn’t agree on the place. “Let’s go to Glenn. They’ve always got those yummy unsalted, roasted peanuts. On top of that, there’s sure to be some bird seed for dessert,” posited Tchk-Tchk. “I’m sick of that place!” CriedContinue reading “Tuesday Photo Challenge Week 187: Fantasy, November 19, 2019”

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Tuesday Photo Challenge: Slope, November 12, 2019

GarGar gazed dreamily at the miniature portrait of Princess Pirouette in a vain attempt to tune out the voice of his tutor. “Your Excellency,” he droned. “It’s never too soon to learn how to deal with the opposite sex appropriately. While there’s nothing wrong with giving a few trifles to your betrothed, it’s a slipperyContinue reading “Tuesday Photo Challenge: Slope, November 12, 2019”

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Tuesday Photo Challenge: Steep, November 5, 2019

It took a lot of collections to pay for the church’s new steeple. With the war against the “evil doers” raging, the cost of materials and labor were quite steep. Still, where there is a will, there is a way and now the parishioners would look with pride at their place of worship. “Protestants be damned!”Continue reading “Tuesday Photo Challenge: Steep, November 5, 2019”

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Tuesday Photo Challenge: Tourism

According to the website, tclchinesetheatres.com, the former Grauman’s Chinese Theater receives more than four million visitors each year. TCL is the China-based company that bought naming rights for the theater over six years ago. This is not the first name-change for Grauman’s. Also once known as Mann’s Chinese Theater from 1973 to 2013, it wasContinue reading “Tuesday Photo Challenge: Tourism”

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