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100 word fiction: Remembrance

100 word fiction: Remembrance

He stood there looking at their photos in remembrance of the times they spent together. While she was a scalawag of some sort, their friendship hit it off.

Though they did have their fights and arguments where she ended up with a moue of disdain, they laughed it off together at the end of the day.

100 word fiction: Remembrance

PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson

Whether it was the fall season or Christmas, they had always spent a lot of time with each other during festive occasions.

100 word fiction: Remembrance

But once she was married, their conversations reduced drastically so much so that he was left wondering on the way life changed.

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

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Moue, Fandango One Word Challenge: Scalawag, Your Word Daily Prompt: Remembrance, Crimson’s Creative Challenge #105, Photo Challenge #340

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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Singapore Diaries: Christmas in Singapore

Christmas in Singapore

Christmas in Singapore

Christmas in Singapore is celebrated with much fanfare and is particularly reflected in the elaborate lighting for the various malls across Orchard Street and the rest of the city.

It’s as though each mall is a prop and dressed to impress to the maximum. There are competitions every Christmas for the best dressed mall of the year.

Orchard Street is generally full of people singing, dancing and taking lots of photographs.

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Moscow Diaries: Christmas nights in Moscow

Christmas in Moscow

Christmas in Russia and about 15 other countries is celebrated every year on January 7th rather than December 25th. The Russians start their year with around 10 vacation days which begin with the New Year celebrations and culminate in the Christmas festivities.

Christmas in Moscow

The primary reason for this is the fact that the Russian orthodox church follows the Julian calendar which is 13 days behind the Gregorian calendar.

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