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Caldron Cooking

Song of the Witches: “Double, double toil and trouble”
By William Shakespeare

(from Macbeth)
Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and caldron bubble.
Fillet of a fenny snake, 70 more words

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Why Perspective?

Why Perspective?
I’ve found perspective to be singularly important in my enjoyment of life, level of contentment and the state of my mood. It is fundamental to our every-day and life-altering decisions and is something that occurs on physical and spiritual levels. 46 more words

Pearls And Perspectives

Here's Looking at Cha!

f5.6, ISO 200 35mm focal length D7000  Hand held at 1/25s. This was an auto setting, most likely Landscape mode. The lens, 17-35mm f/2.8, so I had low light options. 18 more words


Project 52: Week 17 | Green

I am really enjoying experimenting with nature photography at the moment. It’s fitting too, because the past few weeks of the p52 challenge have been very well suited to landscapes and nature photography. 118 more words

Project 52

School holidays

It’s the second week of school holidays and not much time to myself;

so here’s another bad frog joke to keep my blog from stagnating ;) 50 more words


Bad frog joke

Q. Why couldn’t the snake talk?
A. He had a frog in his throat.

Gabrielle Bryden

frog in a bromeliad

frog in a bromeliad

petite pond
deep within a robust plant
bromeliad embrace
cool refuge for a fragile frog


Note: There is often water at the base of a… 7 more words