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Photography: Murals in Brussels

It feels like anywhere you walk around Brussels, you are never far away from a mural.

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55 word fiction: Artist

Artist

Photo by Juanjo Menta on Pexels.com

He had been an artist all his life. His abstract paintings made him a household name. While he courted controversy with many of his works in the last few years, he wasn’t one to take it lying down.

Despite the uncertainty and being anxious about the draconian laws, he went ahead and organized his exhibition.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Draconian, Fandango One Word Challenge: Uncertain, Your Daily Word Prompt: AnxiousPhoto Challenge #330, Wordless Wednesday and VJ’s Weekly Challenge #111

Photography: Greenery in Jordan

Photography: Greenery in Amman

Somewhere in Jordan

Before landing in Jordan, I hadn’t researched too much. And therefore, I must say it was such a pleasant surprise to see all the greenery around.

Photography: Greenery in Amman

View from our hotel room

Linking to Thursday Tree Love – 94, Wordless Wednesday, Skywatch Friday

Cycling

Cycling

She had turned wheatish

as she loved to cycle all

the time in the sun

 

Her cat went along

by her side wherever she

took her bicycle

 

But this time she ended

up in a place where pets were

being refused entry

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Legacy

Legacy

As he walked through the alley, he thought of the

legacy of his missing father who had

disappeared and despite requests for patience,

it was insinuated that he had moved over

to the other side without caring for all

his family and friends who stood by his side.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Legacy, Fandango One Word Challenge: Missing, Your Daily Word Prompt: Insinuate, Weekly Prompts: Patience, Wordless WednesdayCrimson’s Creative Challenge #93, One Liner Wednesday

Photography: Greenery in Bruges

Photography: Greenery in Bruges

A dreamy summer day in Bruges

Linking to Wordless Wednesday, Thursday Tree Love, Water Water Everywhere #40 and Skywatch Friday

100 word fiction: Journey of goods

100 word fiction: Journey of goods

PHOTO PROMPT – © Jennifer Pendergast

The train travelled through a variety of exotic locales during the numerous trips it took for taking different goods from one place to another.

“We should wait until the storm passes by.”

“I think it’s perfectly fine as I am sure that there wouldn’t be any water logging on the tracks.”

“You seem happy under your umbrella. But I doubt the train agrees with you.”

Ronald and Martin had driven the freight train across the length and breadth of the country for years. While Martin was used to many escapades in his life, for Ronald it was always safety first.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read the other entries here.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Umbrella, Fandango One Word Challenge: Escapade, Your Daily Word Prompt: Locale and Wordless Wednesday

Breathe

Breathe

The redolence of fresh air greeted him as

he finally stepped out and felt that he could breathe easy post

the suffering he went through and was thankful

to the simpatico relationship with friends and family.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Breath, Fandango One Word Challenge: Simpatico, Your Daily Word Prompt: Redolence, Wordless Wednesday and Crimson’s Creative Challenge #90

Photography: Winter time

Photography: Winter time

For some, winter is all about the dark and dreary months when there isn’t a lot of activity.

Photography: Winter time

But for others, winter is all about the joy and the celebrations of Christmas.

Photography: Winter time

While winter months in a lot many places around the world can be dull and boring with the constant dark clouds and snow, it is also a good time for some winter sports, to watch the Aurora lights and make merry during Christmas.

Photography: Winter time

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Photography: View from the aeroplane window

Photography: View from the aeroplane window

The aeroplane window is the perfect spot to see the world go by.

Photography: View from the aeroplane window

There’s so much you can see from the clouds to the lights of a magical city; from an aeroplane far away if you are lucky to even the sea.

Photography: View from the aeroplane window

It’s the perfect place on a plane if you want to go on a journey like no other.

Photography: View from the aeroplane window

Photography: View from the aeroplane window

Linking to Wordless Wednesday and Skywatch Friday

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