low tide

Does deceptively safe actually mean deceptively dangerous? I wonder… This footbridge is in Raglan… it had been a gloomy, rainy day and then, out of nowhere, literally – the sun burst through… wow!

You didn’t think I was really going to stop, did you??? But Nanowrimo is coming… on the 1st, which arrives here a day earlier than almost everywhere else…

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4 thoughts on “low tide

    1. http://www.nanowrimo.org
      It’s National Novel Writing Month. Been around ten or more years now – where you commit to writing a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. Obviously that does not allow time for editing or broad plot changes. It’s been nearly 15 years since I wrote the last novel, so it’s a bit of a catalyst. I love my images, but I also love my words…
      You’ve still got today to decide to do it… Have you got a yarn in you struggling to get out????

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  1. Oh, so many yarns, too many actually. I have at least five good plots that I’ve been mulling over for years now. But as for nanowrimo, it would require easy access to a working computer, which at the moment, is not always an option.

    Best of luck.

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    1. One of these days they will start trickling out… NaNoWriMo on the other hand, is no piece of cake. I’ve had two swamped under days and have so much to do today… but there is also a certain unexpected satisfaction in doing it…

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