Inspired by Colleen’s Tanka Challenge – Fog & Change.
Winter’s freezing fog
Fragmenting the delicate
The space time continuum
Changing our world forever.
WP Weekly Photo Challenge – Against the Odds.
Part of Paul Maxfield’s ‘A Life in the Year of the Chinchillas’ on the ceiling of the Piccadilly Arcade, Birmingham.
Against all the odds –
Finding ‘A Life in the Year
of the Chinchillas’.
This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is Perspective.
Converging life lines,
Following ancient footsteps,
Gazing at the stars.
Things happen every day, big and small. Together they make our family history, our local history, our country’s history and sometimes they become part of global history.
All of these things happened on 15th February in years gone by.
In 1564 Galileo Galilei was born.
In 1903 the first teddy-bear went on sale in the US.
In 1971 Britain changed to decimal currency.
In 2014 we did an Eluminate guided tour of Cambridge.
Galileo born in 1564
Decimalisation in 1971
First teddy bear 1903
Elluminate tour 2014
Our lives and captivate our
What does 15th February mean to you? Create a Building Blocks of History post and add a link in the comments box.
This week Ronovan’s Haiku prompt is eye & fade.
Still beautiful to
A loving eye, in spite of
Your fading glory.
This week’s Haiku Horizons prompt is Shell.
Tiny delicate shell
Full of haunting memories