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– at the Palace of Deoksugung and its modern surroundings, Seoul, April 2018

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Thanks to everyone who gave us light  last week. It was probably the highest number of entries in a week, and I had great company for my morning coffee break.
Special thanks go to Elke for her misty approach of light; to Lady Sighs for a bright poem with musical accompaniment; to Bren for gentle and colourful beauty; and to Jackie for her sense of humour.

If you didn’t have chance to check out everyone’s offerings, the links are below. Why not grab a coffee now and go blog exploring.


Yesterday was equinox, so this week we’ll mark the start of a new season with the theme of spring. And for those of you in the Southern Hemisphere, feel free to go with autumn.
Other forthcoming themes are listed here, and to see previous weeks of this challenge, click here





Copyright Debbie Smyth, 21 March 2021

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

70 replies »

  1. hi debbie, an interesting photo that you have for the theme this week, I like it very much. here is my contribution for this week (water, sand, stone).
    many greetings robert


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