Wordless Wednesday.

Viva Mexico.

The moon lingers

Jealously holding on

Wanting to stay

The sun not ready for the day.

The beach is deserted

Not a soul in sight

The sun slowly awakening

Tired from the night.

Slowly the sun climbs in the sky

Revealing a beach to make you sigh.

Yellow and blue are to be seen

Now lit by the sun, all new and pristine.

Wordless Wednesday

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K’Lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge 19/10/18.

This week’s prompt from K’Lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge. It’s K’Lee’s turn to pick the prompt which is : Shadows Shapes and Shilhouetes

Rules and Pingback Here #CosPhoChal and here

Below is a slideshow, comprising of , two churches, interior and exterior, my shadow in a field,a night photo of our holiday in Mexico, three generations of women to spotted on a Boxing Day two years ago, a day shot from Mexico, Ruby and her shadow in the garden, another shadow in field, a shadow on a bench and a painted stone, Ruby and shadows in the river,and finally winter shadows on the road .

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Wordless Wednesday .

Ruby is not impressed!

What do you See? Oct/9/2018

This is my entry for Hélène Vaillant’s “What do you see? Weekly challenge

Weekly challenge

Here is the prompt photo. I see three generations looking out for a lost love taken by the sea. Turned to stone as they wait. I also see a family pet.

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They wait patiently

Watching ever hopeful of

A return from sea

A family ripped apart

Turned to stone but still with heart.

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