Today’s theme for Debbie’s One Word Sunday is Puzzle.

Now you may be wondering what on Earth the above photo has to do with such a word… well, that is the question!

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Wordle: Spikes and Skulls

‘Though born to mock with smug grin
And no hope to get truth through corrupt skull
Note calls of “Fire!” (liar)
Spikes of honour catch the eye within the memo
Delete? Too early to say

It’s a bit of a mish-mash, today’s post.

Debbie’s word for One Word Sunday over on Travel With Intent is ‘Skull’ and I know for a fact that I don’t own any photos of skulls, real or otherwise, and I can’t see any reason of me stumbling across one for a photo opportunity anytime soon. So, I had a photo lined up of Prickles, a tiny tiny dragonfly I once knew, for Becky’s #SpikySquare March challenge, over on The Life of B. Aha! I thought, as I squinted, and focussed on the space behind my computer screen whilst looking at Prickles’ head; I can almost see a skull there.

The link was made. I very often go out on a limb with these photo challenges… today I’m going out on a head.

I then included the words ‘Skull’ and ‘Spike’ into Brenda’s list, from The Sunday Whirl, and came up with the five lines above. I’m sure they’ll make sense in the Universe somewhere. Limbs, spiky legs and wings, and heads are all very useful at times.

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Debbie’s theme for One Word Sunday this week is ‘Movement’, and I had caught the last few moments of Sunset in these images… the movement of the Sun dipping below the horizon.

Obviously, the Sun isn’t in these photos, but its effects are.

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A very grainy view of the night, posted in response to Debbie’s One Word Sunday.

Now, please be told… the night was cold, and the picture’s old!

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Debbie’s theme for One Word Sunday this week is ‘White’. The original photo I had intended sharing seems to have gone away on holiday – it was a frozen, frosty, snow-covered Lake, indeed very white.

Instead, I have opted to post a Christmas Tree decoration… a whiter than white snowman.

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