Sunday, September 25, 2011

Mag 84


image: unknown photographer, Google images

60 comments:

  1. thanks for this Photo Post #84! love it...

    JJRod'z

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  2. Ooooh, THIS i can't wait to write for...

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  3. Saw this and thought "Fireblossom is gonna love this one!"

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  4. I saw this and had to write! I love it so much! Thank you!

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  5. Cool image. I'm in a witchy mood. : )

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  6. You won't believe it, Tess, but I've been working on a piece that involves dancing in the rain.

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  7. I feel so sad for Unknown Photographers . . .

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  8. Love this image... such powerful vibes from it!

    Thanks Tess

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  9. what an image to aspire to create from - wonderful

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  10. Oh, Magpie time already. I'm a million miles behind. Soon soon.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  11. Thanks Tess, beautifully refreshing image.

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  12. Loved this one right away...thanks!!

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  13. Not really a story, from me, but I suppose a returning ghost is a bit of a narrative. I'm looking forward to reading the others.

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  14. Now this is a picture prompt - how you manage to always pick such gr8 picture prompts I will never know

    thanks Tess

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  15. very nice willow...really like this one and can not wait to see what people come up with...

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  16. mysterious and interesting; thank you for another intriguing image.

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  17. Thanks for a great image. Check out Jo Bryant's poem. She's got image in motion...Awesome.

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  18. I agree with Brian; it should be very interesting to see what people do with this one. :)

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  19. Well, I posted my effort. I love the picture. Not sure my effort did it justice.

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  20. Can I point out that I HAVE NOT morphed into Susie Clevenger's magpie - even though her link at no. 60 leads to my dashboard! Hehehe! Help!!???

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  21. I echo the above comment. When I CLICK on LinkyList 60 (Susie Clevenger) it takes me to MY Blogger Dashboard. Never mind HELP, JInksy. Bloody Blogger, I say! (But feel free to post something in my name if you wish, folks!!)

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  22. Was hoping that my techy side of life would kick in, however, I am a glitch waiting to happen lately! Will figure this out (cannot d/l pics) on site...must be the new comp! :)

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  23. I'm a week late with my snake charmer poem--here in the mountains, snakes would lie alongside the creek banks and strike women come to draw water. Thus my poem.

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  24. No worries...I fixed Catfish and Susie's faulty links...:^)

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  25. Good pic, good prompt. My response is now in place. Thanks again.

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  26. In the guise of Napple I couldn't resist this post, as I felt so sorry for that dejected bird this week...

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  27. it's all about the crow. steven

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  28. This called up that haunting Appalachian song, Long Black Veil. As for the crow, maybe he's her battle crow and the woman is the Morrigan. Love those ancient gaelic legends.

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  29. REALLY love this prompt! thank you!

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  30. I haven't been here for some months but this picture triggered a short piece.

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  31. Can't wait to read the other pieces. I'll have time in the next few days to roam around.

    Stuart
    Tale Spinning
    The Rule of Three Blogfest: October 2011

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  32. my poem
    Together, in the Rain

    my first attempt at a sonnet..
    do tell me your views..

    :)

    thank you!

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  33. liked this one very much, sparked the fantasy writer in me (who I didn't really know was there:-)
    thanks
    martine

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  34. Another beautifully moody painting! I'm enjoying the inspiration that this site offers and am hopeful that I have this Mr. Linky thing figured out!

    Please go to my blog page titled "Magpie Tales" to find my poem. I have others on this same page.

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  35. Sorry to be late this week. How fast the time goes.

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  36. Interesting prompt... haven't been around here for a week or two, but this one I couldn't let go :)

    Cheers,
    Arnab Majumdar on SribbleFest.com

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  37. “Aléa bánna dítta zom
    Perés ambón maréa dom;
    Filíz anés pería mar,
    Andrôn mané cadíz a dar…”

    :-)

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  38. I am SO GLAD I came back around to this! I have definitely missed out on Magpie Tales...and blogger... :(
    But it got me back to a happy place ^_^
    And I found my flow...after three tries hahaha
    Love,
    Kitty
    ps. Thank you so much for doing this!

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  39. I am late, late, late ... but ever appreciative Tess for this site! Thank you again for your generosity to poets!

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  40. had to have a go as this image is amazing!!

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  41. The ever challenging Magpie... this one gave me a run for my money!

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  42. The core of this came to me in a parking lot, and the day was cool, and I was hungry

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  43. Love the idea of this (thank you!), and have written my piece, but having problems with the linky thing, so my name appears on black ;o(

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  44. Its been a while since I've been here and I've missed a lot! Hopefully, I can be around a bit more into the cold winter...

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  45. I am sorry this took me so long. Thank you for the lovely image (though I am having trouble uploading images, and it is currently missing--hoping to fix that!). I look forward to reading everyone's takes on this!

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  46. 'Punishment' is up and it could be that reading it could be punishing!

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  47. Lang Syne I've been determined to be the last Linky! Have I got it right this time?

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  48. I made a typo - sorry - thanks to Doctor FTSE for pointing it out! 'Too late' she cried!

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