Yesterday’s Posts – September 13, 2014

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September 10, 2014

Wordless Wednesday| Bastet and Sekhmet’s Library

Wordless Wednesday – Through the Eye of Bastet|Through the Eye of Bastet

30 Days of Haiga| Through the eye of Bastet

September 11, 2014

Ghost Writer (Haiga)| Bastet’s Waka Library

Dragonfly| Bastet’s Waka Library

Little Creatures| Bastet’s Waka Library

30 Days of Haiga| Through the Eye of Bastet

September 12, 2014

Walking in the Mist Near the Lake! Bastet and Sekhmet’s Library

Friday Fictioneers – The Bath| Bastet and Sekhmet’s library

An Ode to Bloggers Gone| Bastet and Sekhmet’s Library

Morning Dew| Bastet’s Waka Library

Ant-Visual Haiku! Bastet’s Waka Library

30 Days of Haiga|Through the Eye of Bastet

Far in the Distance – Senryu|Through the Eye of Bastet

 

 

September 12, 2104

2 thoughts on “Yesterday’s Posts – September 13, 2014

  1. ooooh! love this pic, dearest bastet! reminds me of the narnia books. I saw a load of these lampposts in Malvern in the summer when I took my eldest on a walk up the hills and wrote a poem about another (I think it was called ‘the lamppost at the end of the woods and on my blog somewhere). cool post, hugs from baldy x

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    • Thanks Baldy dear .. I love lampposts and have posted a few over the year and I agree it rminds one of narnia without a doubt! I’ve not had a lot of time ot read and barely enough to write recently, but hopefully the problem will pass soon. Looking forward to seeing you more often love, Bastet. xx

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