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Further in

Same tunnel as yesterday, but from a different point and looking at the other end. I guess that, seeing as I’ve posted the same tunnel in a directly sequential manner, that makes the pictures thematic in some way. This shot … Continue reading

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Down Stairs

A room full of stairs. It’s something likely not worth ascending. I like that there’s some flora growing on some of the stairs. I also like how in their dilapidation they mach the walls pretty well. I hope you enjoy.

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 493: A Text

Feeling somewhat rejuvenated this morning. Back on the bike, cycling my way through the wind, through the air, along the paths of which I am allowed to cycle. I like the challenge, but sometimes I don’t accept the challenge if … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 490: Keep Ringing

It is Monday. It is in the A.M. It is a day of work, but a short one (I hope). Today will not be a long day, unless it attaches more hours. The weather does not heave, but it is … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 476: Klang.

“Klang”. The sound resonates off the walls, through the hearts of the populace and around the world ninety times before it can no longer be felt. The dropping of the object was not what was expected. The watching of it … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 347: Tunneling for an Exit

The walls were collapsing and there was no escape. Well, it seemed that there was no escape. It was rather hard to tell, what with all the lack of easily-accessible lighting that would be needed to tell as to where … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 197: Nothing was out of the Ordinary

It was another regular morning. Nothing was out of the ordinary. It was as it had always been and nothing new would occur. Routine was not a necessity, but it was how everything seemed to fall into place and to … Continue reading

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