Discarded lumber, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona
Someone's building tumbled,
Fell into the sand;
Baffled but not humbled,
She plans to expand!
Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Linking is off...
Pls enter my link:
I have terrible cold, don't want to sit here and wait, thanks!
No need to publish this comment!
Here's mine, and there's no Linky. I have to travel this weekend, so I would appreciate it if someone would link me up. Thank you!
No Linky, so here's my link:
First time in ages since I want to add my link, and the tool isn't showing up?
Here IS my SHADOWS post
I'll check back later for the linky.
Here's my link:http://www.looseleafnotes.com/2013/11/four-for-fall/
Simple and oh so beautiful!
Here's my link: http://jottingsfromjersey.blogspot.com/2013/11/shadow-shot-sunday_9.html
Have a fabulous day!
I already met with several memes an unfunktionable linklist - it seems to me it is a global error by Google
Here's my link in the meantime:
Nope, No LINKY!!!
Same here on the link...mine is here:
The splintered lumber show signs of aging under the Sonoran sun. Still useful for a shadowy lean-to the protect the desert animals from the solar heat. Of course, watching a snake try to assemble this pile of wood into something identifiable would be humerous indeed :)
Here's my link-up: http://sylviafromoverthehill.blogspot.com/
Happy weekend, everyone!!
Happy Weekend everyone!! Here's mine.
Lovely peaceful shot.My post will be up shortly. Have a good weekend.
I feel the grit of the sand .. and how wise of her to expand? LOL
Great shot......I'm going to have to play along one of these days.
No idea why the link didn't work. Apologies to everyone.
Perhaps these pieces of timber may rise to the level of artefacts some day.
What an amazingly apt limerick to go with your interesting image. Great meme; I love joining in. Greetings Jo
It's like for the half-full or half-empty glass, you see the positive side of these tumbled shadows ... expansion ! :-)
Great shadows on those old pieces of wood!
destruction often needed before construction!
Gosto dos tons e das sombras, lindo! Um abraço!
Simple yet poignant!...:)JP
love this "found" image!
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