Weekly Photo Challenge: Wish

March 9, 2017 § 8 Comments

I wish everyone around the world could pause at the same time and write a wish – on paper, in the sand, in the air, on their hand. World peace in a nanosecond. Wish. Blue Dawn

Join me – virtually – Saturday March 11 – 10:30 am – 4:30 pm Pacific time – for another glorious WriteAway – wild abandon of the mind and pen.WriteAway2rainbows 007

Click HERE to see how I structure my day.  xo Pierr

Weekly Photo Challenge: Details

July 17, 2016 § 18 Comments

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For more details…  Aloha! xo – Pierr

Weekly Photo Challenge: Seasons

February 19, 2016 § 14 Comments

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Winter afternoon – Eagle’s perch my front row seat – Waxes now the moon

xo Pierr    http://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/seasons/

Weekly Photo Challenge: Surprise

December 26, 2012 § 2 Comments

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Altar for an Angel

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1 Moon Over Easy – Side of Sliced Morning

January 12, 2012 § 3 Comments

Admiralty Inlet - Port Townsend - Olympic range

Admiralty Inlet - Marrowstone Island - Olympic range

Moonstruck

January 11, 2012 § 4 Comments

Full Moonset

Nooks & Details

December 2, 2011 § 2 Comments

Walked to the beach sundown before me and moonup behind and spied an eensy Winter Wren and followed it along the beach till it disappeared into its nook wherever that may be. Such a tiny bird. Three and a half inches from beak to tail tip. So sweet. Haven’t seen one for a long time. When I was ten I spent the summer drawing birds in our backyard as identified from a Peterson’s Guide that my Great Auntie Ruth – a seasoned birder – had given me. Compiled quite a collection. I remember drawing a Wren, getting into the detailed patterning of its wing, but now I see it was a House Wren with a tail twice the length of Winter’s.

Winter Wren

Hint: lower right quadrant of photo - a little blurry - she/he's quick!

House Wren © Pierr Morgan 1962 - red Lindy ballpoint pen, colored pencils

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