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Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken


Dust and rubble settle at my feet,
A chaotic collapse
Inside myself that I could never
Have imagined,
The foundations are shaken,
The cracks began to show, 79 more words



The world breaks everyone, and afterward, many are strong at the broken places.

– Ernest Hemingway


Burnt and broken

There can be few things worse than having a fire in your home.  Knowing, maybe watching  while your possessions go up in flames, your lifetimes collections of treasures, unique things that only have meaning to you or your family. 149 more words

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Broken was not a reason …

We live in a throw-away culture; items are discarded for a multitude of reasons and broken is not on the list.   212 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

Our little Massey was well and truly broken. 

After a few hours of work by John and my brother, it is now well and truly broken… 32 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

The Chora was just as lethargic as the port, a few inquisitive visitors wandering aimlessly around the picturesque narrow cobbled streets and in between the whitewashed houses with paintwork cracked and splintered by the sun.  89 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

This past April, as we visited Stratford-upon-Avon the second time around, I took this picture of the precious window panes which used to be in William Shakespeare’s birthroom autographed by famous people like Sir Walter Scott and John Keats using diamond rings to etch their names on the glass. 94 more words

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