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Photo Challenge, Twinkle: Can Spring Be Far Behind?

If winter comes, can spring be far behind? (Shelley)

I miss the summer sun twinkling on Lake Michigan, and anticipate its return is not that far off.

Photo Challenge:  Twinkle

Photography

My view of life was inspired by the film Lawrence of Arabia and by Rameses II

Yesterday, I posted my blog very late.

Today, I am posting it fairly early, to get it out of the way.

I have still not transcribed the troublesome blog chat. 956 more words

Depression

The key and its understanding

Shakespeare, Shelley, Keats, Blake, Yeats, Brooke et al have the key to it all, not the sceptics, doctors, scientists, psychiatrists or psychologists!

what exactly did they have the key to? 51 more words

Pet Of The Week

Say hello to “Rooney”!  He’s a 9 year old Pit Bull mix and is the coolest, most laid back dog Bubba Show has seen in awhile.  56 more words

Features

“Like wrecks of a dissolving dream”

Ships in peril on the sea are a staple of art and literature. Those that don’t make it to harbour vanish from history until discovered by explorers using modern technology. 535 more words

Writing & Writers

Comparing Frankensteins

I recently watched the 1931 film adaptation Frankenstein directed by James Whale, and was quite shocked by the major differential, focusing on the themes of loneliness, guilt, and social repression, between the screenplay and the original 1818 literary version of “Frankenstein” as written by Mary Shelley. 1,026 more words

Frankenstein

Comparing Frankensteins

I recently watched the 1931 film adaptation Frankenstein directed by James Whale, and was quite shocked by the major differential, focusing on the themes of loneliness, guilt, and social repression, between the screenplay and the original 1818 literary version of “Frankenstein” as written by Mary Shelley. 1,026 more words

Frankenstein