Archive | March 2016

Double & Rotation – Photo 101

Day Nineteen: Double & Rotation:  Your twin sisters. Your neighbor’s two poodles. Your vision during a dizzy spell. Your doppelgänger.   Double can be interpreted in many ways. Here’s our take, courtesy of two yellow lines on a colorful street in East London, England: Cheers,  Josh R. and the WordPress.com Team Continue reading

Write Anything Wednesday!

On today’s Write Anything Wednesday, I have collated some tips about writing from famous writers. I hope you find them useful writing tips. The good thing about this challenge is that you can write any rant, any muse, any ramblings on your mind and it’s fine. Lol. Continue reading

Edge & Alignment – Photo 101

Day Eighteen: Edge & Alignment – At the “jungle temple” in the Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia, Ta Prohm, centuries-old carvings have fallen victim to time and tree roots. Still, it’s a living site — impossibly-hued moss covers tumbles of stone. Visitors clamber over, under, and behind, seeking hidden crannies.   Continue reading