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Signatures II… Stuart France

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
* … The hollow of Dragon Hill affords a stunning vista of the Manger and the Giant’s Stairs. From this vantage the sheer scale of the site starts to impinge upon my consciousness. I concur with Wen that the laity would have congregated in the bowl or…

A COMPLICATED NIGHT

Originally posted on SUSANNE LEIST:
architectureofdoom Plumbers and Gasfitters Employees’ Union Building, Melbourne, Graeme Gunn, 1968-71. ? A COMPLICATED NIGHT The street lights refuse to glow on this dark night, adding to my increasing shivers and fright. I should not have agreed to come here in darkness crippling me with fear. ? Through the lit window,…

THE GAME HAS BEGUN

Originally posted on SUSANNE LEIST:
Source:chicparadiselilly3 ? ? Put on your mask. Dress in your gown. Step into your party shoes. The dance is about to begin. Music fills the mirrored room. The band picks up the beat. Dancers swirl under glowing chandeliers. Rainbows of light reflect off the walls. The room enlarges to accommodate…

THE END IS HERE

Originally posted on SUSANNE LEIST:
whitesoulblackheart La Petite Mort II by Cande Rivera © ? ? ? They fly against the windows. Trying to enter the Town Hall. Our shelter from the storm. They’ve found us. Windows break. Glass rains upon us. The end has come. THE DEAD GAME ?

A SHIMMERING BLUE

Originally posted on SUSANNE LEIST:
Source:c0caino ? ? Haze covers the town, but please do not frown. Secrets are concealed. The Dead are revealed. We come in the fog. The mist we don’t hog. We’ll share it with you, a shimmering blue. The moon shines its glare on those who come here. Frolic in the night. Just…

Telling Stories about Strangers

Telling Stories about Strangers

Originally posted on Kristen Twardowski:
Lately, more so than usual, I’ve been creating stories about the people I don’t know. I’ve always done this to some extent. Many writers do. We look at the world around us, and tell stories to tie it all together. But I’ve been doing it more and more frequently. Behind…

The ghost of a castle

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Peveril Castle from Cavedale, with Mam Tor, the Shivering Mountain, in the distance. Image: Rob Bendall Castleton is a town of old, mellow stone, winding lanes and history. On the edge of the cliff, high above the cavern, stands Peveril Castle. The position, even to the untrained…

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