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Sun and Shadows in Wintry Plaid

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Posted as part of Six Word Saturday.

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Photo Challenge: Shadow



The Shadow nipped at their heels,

gaining on them,

and they never even noticed.

The end

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A very short story!  😉


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Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette

Echoes stir in the wind…

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrasts

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The dome of this church in Portugal provided a beautiful contrast between subdued, faded colors and the bright light of the sun.

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Travel theme: Light

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Playful light, dart through;

chase shadows around corners

’till dark is no more.

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More Light at Ailsa’s Where’s my backpack?

Perhaps you’d like to take a look at my Six Word Story Challenge: Light of two weeks ago?

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Travel theme: Shadows

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Just let me get my breath for a while, please?
Just let me get my breath for a while, please?
Made of shadows
Made of shadows
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Now where is it? Give me back my shadow!
Now where is it? Give me back my shadow!

Other Shadows at Ailsa’s Where’s my backpack?

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Camels at Sunset

This photograph of National Geographic is one of the best I have ever seen:

Beautiful big camels, don’t you agree? Well, look again. The real camels are only small white lines. What your eyes are drawn towards is an illusion: the shadows of the actual camels. This photo was taken from directly above the herd.

Absolutely stunning!