Large to small from grays to black
What could be larger than the entire sky, with a sky writer plane and a tiny black bug.
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Here we go Large to small Black to White and everything in between.
One fine morning I found myself thinking of the events of the world. Consistency; missing! Is harmony possible? Upon arriving to work, I noticed a colorful beetle, and it too was sitting on the fence, either to go green or not. Hey! I recycle! Please don't bug me with your indecision; I have enough of my own. Thinking again, go for it, jump off the fence and go for the green! Then suddenly I heard a stern voice; "The office meeting was about to begin, coffee or tea; sit here or there?" Why was I wondering what the beetle did?
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A story, perhaps not fiction, I wonder! Friday Fictioneers, hosted by Rochelle. Na’ama Yehuda contributed this week’s photo seen below.
One day looking through a collection of postcards, I found the Statue of Liberty card, which brought childhood memories of happier years long past. The security, that gift from France, meant so much! A famous landmark was representing freedom. As they continue to change history, the children in school today will no longer read truth or wonder! Those in "power" have introduced living in fear instead. Control; it's happening; we see unfair treatment by those in authority — tyranny instead of freedom promoting fear instead of security. However, America is still the best place to be. God bless the U.S.A.
Life, something, anything living Do you see, there up high? Alive a plant, water it, care for it It lives! Its soul is mortal, not like mine; My soul lives forever! Someday my plant Will die! Yet, I will live ... but where?
A Photo Challenge #359
A few months ago I discovered Visual Verse Anthology, they offer a strange image and we, whoever, are prompted to write about it. I tried three times and two times got published.
This one below was published a few days ago, TITLED:
A Cosmic Photo Challenge Inspired by Dale
Believe it! This snow tree NOT photoshopped except a little blue I inserted since the photo was so white. Driving home one snowy day a few years ago, I noticed the snow resting on some nearby pine trees’ branches. I had to capture this bizarre image, and so I did.
An Angry Rock was sitting there all alone, and I wondered how did it get there? How does anything or anyone get where we are? I thought.
It all began one fine afternoon, exploring while on a needed respite from work. I came across a path, a little rough, enough to be thankful for the hiking boots I wore. As I hiked closer to this towering boulder, my curiosity stirred my imagination; I hoped it would not choose this time to wobble as I so desired to see what was on the other side of the bending road ahead.
As I got under the dark statue-like figure above, it appeared to have a face, shouting, “Who goes there?” Do I dare to continue?