Hello Everyone – Priorhouse Blog is taking a bit of a spring break from posting (be back with an art digest in April). In the meantime, I leave you with some leftover street shots from 2016. I numbered them – so please let me know if you have a favorite one from this post.
When I first heard the topic of a “good match” for the weekly photo challenge this week (here), I instantly thought of real matches. We still have a small plastic bin with matches in there. Some were given to us by my MIL, but many were from our own collecting. It feels like not so … More A Good Match
Today’s post is an art digest to cover days 76 to 90 of the 365 Days of Art. I am thinking about an idea for an e-book or something else, but I really prefer the digests and so here is one to peruse: Day 76: Cheering Colors Day 77: Artsy Bridge … More Art Digest #6 (Days 76-90 of 365 Days of Art) bridges, conversate, and Monopoly
Today’s post brings you to Niagara Falls, NY for a Walk with Jo to see the falls – and some doors and windows. First, the doors at Hard Rock Cafe, Niagara Falls, NY had the little golden guitars. Here is a danger door: Here is the door to the OBSERVATION DECK near the Maid of … More Walk with Jo in Niagara Falls, NY (doors and windows)
The weekly photo challenge this week (here) was kind of tricky with against the odds – here is my take: And just FYI – here’s the Farmer’s Almanac Full Moon Calendar for 2017: I guess I have always liked comics – here are two from the 1990s that I found in a scrapbook last … More Against the Odds: Beach Grass photo (and moon calendar)
The location for What Pegman Saw this week is Mexico City. Go here to join in or see more entires. And if you have not yet explored the streets using Google images – you should check out how fun it is: Av. 5, Mexico City, Mexico. Here is my short fiction for Pegman’s prompt: Dear … More What Pegman Saw in Mexico City
Hello everyone, I wrote this Friday Fictioneers’ piece last week and wanted to share it today. If you want to read more short fiction pieces or join in, go here. This chair photo from Ted Strutz is the prompt: Sitting with Feet in the Water I just wanted to get out and feel the water. … More Friday Fictioneers’ Chair in Water
Joining in with P’s Darkness and Light challenge this week (here). . . . . . .
This post is linked to the wpc for shadow (here) . . . . . . .