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A word of explanation as to why I have not been posting, I have had hardware problems that may have lost my work from this summer. Hopefully not but it remains…

When walking further through this beautiful town (check my previous blogs) I stumble across this pattern layered corridor with pillars on the side. It was an…

Corridor a Poem by Edwin Arlington Robinson It may have been the pride in me for aught I know, or just a patronizing whim; But call it freak of fancy, or what…

Empty Corridors a Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak Possessing absolute power of regeneration, forcing consumption of its entirety in one last gasp. Unfurling haggard…

Oblivion a poem by Amitav Radiance Along the corridors Of oblivion Footsteps are not heard Voices are stifled Presence, like an apparition Seen through Glares…

Corridor a Poem by Michelle Tiddy There is a corridor in this world That we may choose to take, to follow We may never be able to see the exit But something…

It's a long trip back to Ireland from Prague. After a really early start, I spent most of the day in the airport in London. Then finally it was time to head to…

Hope & Despair The walls are all white. So are the ceilings, the floor. It is dull and simple and plain. The worst color or shade. But when people walk amongst…

I came across this lovely lighting and architecture in the hotel corridor out our room, in the Hotel in Damascus!

I really liked this door at a shop in Copenhagen airport. It looks like it isn't built into a wall… Just a door standing in the middle of a corridor.

Being alone often brings us comfort and fear. ——————– Photo taken Minneapolis, US, March 2007, Cropped Slightly Sony Alpha Constructive Critisism Welcome
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