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Watching

I watch. I watch from my isolation chamber: cozy, confined, comfortable, constricted. My casa secures me during this time of fear, concern and self-incarceration, so I watch. I watch the sky lighten, fill with color, provide moisture, heat the planet, and darken. I watch my roommates tug for possession of canine toys, growling, chasing, then… Continue reading Watching

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Time and Clocks

When I saw the Weekly Prompt photo challenge feature the topic of Clock the Time, I immediately glanced at the empty Grandfather Clock case standing in a corner of my living room. It’s patiently waiting for repairs and cleaning to be completed. I wonder: if there are no ‘innards’, no clock face, no ticking, does… Continue reading Time and Clocks

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Still Life

A stilled clock, no longer ticking off seconds, minutes and hours, represents ‘Still Life’, the photo prompt for this week’s A Photo A Week Challenge. Quieted by age, dirt, or malfunctions, this wonderful Abraham Williams Winton clock (date unknown) needs a thorough cleaning, some TLC, and a welcoming wall in my home. Once running, life… Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: Still Life

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Photo Challenge–Time: Whatever

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/time/ Timeā€¦such an elusive concept. It stand stills. It drags. It rushes by. It is priceless. It is neglected. It is wasted. It is filled. So, this clock sums up my feelings aboutĀ Time. photo-challenges/time/