I’ve recently started following an Internet Nobody. I have. I really have.
Each week, they supply a Cosmic Photo Challenge. This weekend, the theme was ‘On a Small Scale’. So I thought to myself Hmmm… what’s small? I knew I’d be using my mobilius phonius to take the photo, as I can get quite close to small things with it (like yesterday’s tortoise – that fits in the palm of one’s hand, wouldn’t you know?).
I thought of a postage stamp.
I reached for my stamp collection, and selected this one out of the five.
It was only as I was taking the photo that I realised the stamp was for the value of 1p. 1p! I’d misread it as ‘1st’ for some reason, an easy mistake I’m sure.
However a small value on a small postage stamp? Very small-scale in my book! The link above will allow you to see other small things (there are some creepy-crawlies though, so be warned!)
Rhubarb and custard
Fills the sky
As time seems to hang
The setting of the sun
…A dreamy end
To a fabulous day
Why can’t all days end like this?
Posted in response to Eugenia’s weekly prompt, Paradise.
The picture is not mine. Eugenia selected the image Lets Watch The Sunset that ‘Timfly’ uploaded to Lovethispic.com.
Filling grey with blue
And spots of yellow
The sky comes alive
In a heartbeat…
In a flutter
Posted in response to Eugenia’s weekly prompt, Flutter.
The picture is not mine. Eugenia selected the image Pretty Blue Butterfly that ‘Michele’ uploaded to Lovethispic.com.
Here we are with One Word Sunday once again. Debbie has selected Touch for this week’s theme, and I have gone with this… but can you tell what it is?
I shall not keep you guessing. Oh no, not this week.
It’s a touch of yellow paint on my pallet that I found by chance yesterday.
Obviously, it’s now dry to the touch. As it’s quite a bright yellow, and the middle photo’s square, I’m also linking this post to Becky’s BrightSquares.
The links go to the respective sites and open in separate windows.
The rhythm took me one way
My legs went the other
The swirling lights were startling
Making it seem tougher
I arched my back in elegance
Through strains of music loud
And I don’t think anyone noticed
When I tumbled to the ground
Told you: a very quick dance for Saturday.
Posted in response to Eugenia’s weekly prompt, Dance.
The picture is not mine. Eugenia selected the image Dance of Life that ‘Skywalker678’ uploaded to Lovethispic.com.
Posted also for Debbie’s Six Word Saturday.
And also for Frank’s post, Dance.