Category Archive: History Challenge

Jewels of the Cretaceous

Due to my fondness for finding old bones and philosopher stones I present another attempt at Macro before the One Four Challenge this Sunday.  These were bathed in the morning sun and I… Continue reading

the time traveler’s rucksack

And a Monochrome Madness offering. I haven’t been out much in this inclement west coast autumn weather but I like to open my old sea chest and haul out the  treasures found on my journeys… Continue reading

Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland

(no photography allowed inside) and part of Ed Mooney’s History Challenge Along with the standing stones and stone circles that mark the Gaelic landscape in Scotland, another place of great mystery is Rosslyn… Continue reading

In The Mouth of the Wizard’s Well- Star Child Musings

And a few travel photos from A Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick the star child contemplates earth  Before the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Persia, and Greece there were even prior civilizations. Whether or not… Continue reading

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  • the worlds of imagination

    the creations and builds of virtual worlds are worthy of exploration too. One of my top adventures and stories has been Rand Miller’s and Cyan’s Myst series and the online caverns of Uru which is a spin off of Myst.