Nice work as usual Sarah 🌟
#photorehabcovermakeover Week 14; The Incident at Montebello by Patti Moed
It’s Week 14 of the Photo Rehab Cover Makeover run by Desley Jane of Musings of a Frequent Flying Scientist and Lucile of Lucile de Goday. They have chosen another book by a fellow blogger—The Incident at Montebello by Patti Moed of Pilotfish. Ms Moed is an award-winning creative artist who’s worked as a university professor, writer, textbook editor, photographer, corporate trainer, educational consultant, and instructional designer; that’s some CV!
I have used a family photo which you might recognise from my treatment of it for When Worlds Collide. I can’t pretend the vehicles are spot-on for 1930 but I consider them close enough to give a flavour of Patti’s book (which I have already bought for Kindle and am very much looking forward to). The strap line I’ve used is my invention!
‘The Incident at Montebello
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Absolutely amazing Shed man hits again 👌
London, UNITED KINGDOM
VIJAY SHAH with SWNS Newswire
Currently in the UK, it is now spider season, when thousands of arachnids decide to pay a visit to homes and offices up and down the land, looking for shelter and a female companion. Cue loads of unexpected encounters between spider and human, and inevitably ends up with a final meeting with the sole of a well-aimed slipper amid plenty of screaming.
Sheds are another good place for spiders to call home. The dark and cool interior with its inviting nooks and crannies is practically the Costa del Spider for any homeless creepy-crawly looking for a silky hammock for the next few nights. But now our friends will have to find somewhere else to put their eight feet up after a revolutionary new spider-proof shed hits the market this autumn.
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Close to Halloween ♠️
This my contribution Paul 🌹
Nice post. 👌
Ziua îmi lasă în cutia poștală mesaje
unele sunt criptate
altele sunt doar înșiruiri de cuvinte prescurtate
în fiecare seară
trag adânc în gând silabele cuprinse-n vești
și viața îmi dă semnale prin vibrații
în timp ce eu orânduiesc știrile
tu mă aștepți într-o gară
nici eu nici tu
nu avem parte de ora liniștii rotunde
fiecare dintre noi într-o altă gară
am să petrec noaptea cu capul plecat
în fața ferestrei prin care arunc ultimele mesaje
cu ele aprind felinare pe acoperișul trenului
încărcat cu ora liniștii rotunde
din volumul Capcane, Corina Victoria Sein, 2014