Posts Tagged: hidden

One Word Sunday: Hidden

For today’s One Word, Debbie has asked us to show something hidden – I have shown this quite a lot of times before, but it was the first thing that came to mind for this prompt….hidden deep in a wooded

One Word Sunday: Hidden

For today’s One Word, Debbie has asked us to show something hidden – I have shown this quite a lot of times before, but it was the first thing that came to mind for this prompt….hidden deep in a wooded

Six Word Saturday: The blue window hidden behind roses

My friend Ann Christine posted a version of this on Wednesday, a better version, I think! But it prompted me to dig this one out: Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here.

Six Word Saturday: The blue window hidden behind roses

My friend Ann Christine posted a version of this on Wednesday, a better version, I think! But it prompted me to dig this one out: Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here.

Deep in the Forest / 15

Looking across from one old wreck of a car to a rather grandly shaped vehicle with very large wheel arches…. must have turned a few heads in its day! I am guessing 1940s, but I could be quite wrong! I

Deep in the Forest / 15

Looking across from one old wreck of a car to a rather grandly shaped vehicle with very large wheel arches…. must have turned a few heads in its day! I am guessing 1940s, but I could be quite wrong! I

Weekly Travel Theme – Hidden

Over at Where’s my Backpack, Ailsa has chosen Hidden as our theme this week. From my travel archive, I have chosen a fort from WWI hidden in the forests of Verdun for my image. Unlike the nearby forts of Vaux

Weekly Travel Theme – Hidden

Over at Where’s my Backpack, Ailsa has chosen Hidden as our theme this week. From my travel archive, I have chosen a fort from WWI hidden in the forests of Verdun for my image. Unlike the nearby forts of Vaux

A sense of Place (another one)

Tonight, the prompt at d’Verse is a sense of place…well, this isn’t a new poem, but one I wrote a while ago that, I hope, is fitting. Commarque Through the dense trees a glimpse fragments of old walls golden in

A sense of Place (another one)

Tonight, the prompt at d’Verse is a sense of place…well, this isn’t a new poem, but one I wrote a while ago that, I hope, is fitting. Commarque Through the dense trees a glimpse fragments of old walls golden in