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“The Lark Bunting” – A #Tanka #Poem

Welcome to my contribution to my weekly #Tanka Tuesday poetry challenge. This week, I kept the prompt words of “Fog” and “Change.” Both words have many connotations. Depending on how you use your synonyms you can alter the meaning of your Tanka poetry in many ways. Don’t be afraid to experiment […]

The Foggy Corridor

Foggy shapes drifting, suspended – beings of moisture and light beckoning and cajoling, gently persuading, anticipating your entrance into the dark corridor. Will you go? *** This photo entry is part of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo challenge: “Creepy.” Thanks for visiting. I’ll see you all again!

Foggy Morning Blues

Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Photo Challenge for last week’s (I know I am late) weather word was “fog.” That is easy to do here in Florida. It was 82 degrees F. this morning at 5:30 AM. I headed outside to take some shots of the fog that was floating […]

#PhotoRehab – Foggy Mornings

I am excited about Lucile’s additions to our Photo 101 Rehab – The Clinic. Read all about her upcoming events here. This week, I would like to share how fog can make your images eerie and mysterious. Here is a photo of Fairy Swamp on a foggy  summer morning. I like […]

Shrouded Silhouettes

For my Word Snap Weekly challenge this week, sponsored by Amanda of Unique Art Chic, I would like to add a Tanka poem to celebrate warmer temperatures (for today only) and the return to fog and rainy mornings here in Pensacola, Florida. What is a Tanka, you ask?  Here is […]

The Clinic–Photo Rehab #2

I like backlighting and try to play with it often.  I especially love this picture of horse-hair caught in the barbed wire fence, backlit by the rising early morning sun.  I managed to capture the fog hanging in the sky that morning, as well.  This was taken last spring, north […]

Pixel Prose Challenge–Morning Fog

“Morning Fog,” is my contribution for this week’s Unique Art Chic’s weekly challenge entitled, “Pixel Prose Challenge.” The fog rolls in thick in the morning during this extremely humid period in Pensacola, Florida.  This is a view of the field behind our house where two neighbor horses graze.  By the […]