Poppy's Photographs from Greece -- Paths
Tree trunks sprouting from underneath a paved road,
climb up sienna facades.
Grassy paths and steps amid ancient Roman tombs,
above the village of Agios Thomas.
A path leading to the Monastery of Panagia Pantanassa.
Follow the pretty brick road; most lead to cafes and taverns.
A gravel road leading into the olive groves.
A path of clover, under a connected canopy of olive branches.
Today we have Poppy to thank for the wonderful pictures from Greece. She chose the theme of "paths," so all of her photos involve a path! Lovely, aren't they? Thanks, Poppy.
Be sure to check out Rosemary's The Living Dead: Here Comes the Flood by Daevid Allen, if you haven't read the article. Daevid definitely can make a scene come alive!
Monday be sure to stop in and read Sherry's newest interview of a fairly new poet to our scene, one who also takes beautiful photographs. Do you think you know who she is? (Smiles.) Stop back and see!
Susan, for this week's Midweek Motif, will have us write about the prompt "Captivity." Stay tuned.
I am still looking for photographs from your part of the world. Let me know if you have some!
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