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“The Sale of Innocence”

Week 12- Photobug Shar

Posted: June 20, 2011 in Photo Bug Shar, Week 12
Black Heart

Original photo:  Blurred trees at sunset leaving Joshua Tree.


This week, many of the Geekz are marking the passage of a dear friend.  I think it’s only right to extend our deadline this week to Wednesday, to give those of us who are sleep-deprived and hurting a little more time to get those submissions in.

I’ll do my regular Geekmasterly “submission pending”s Wednesday night.

Huge hugs to all of you who knew Sue.

–the GM

Week 12~ Caron Thomas

Posted: June 20, 2011 in Caron Thomas, Week 12
Busy Relaxation

Busy Relaxation

Week 12- Sarah Gellert

Posted: June 20, 2011 in Sarah Gellert, Week 12


Week 12- R.A. Matheson

Posted: June 20, 2011 in R.A. Matheson, Week 12



Protection from the Sun

This new grief,

Wide brimmed

Upon the old grief,

Weighs upon me

As I slough

Through my day,

Scythe in fist,

Trying to harvest

This cartload

Of young wheat.

Week 12- Gina Marin

Posted: June 20, 2011 in Gina Marin, Week 12


Wine glass painting for Nana.

Week 12- Alana Kelly

Posted: June 20, 2011 in Alana Kelly, Week 12


Sequoia’s at Yosemite National Park.   I was there for my 46 birthday…

Week 12- Michael Mooney

Posted: June 19, 2011 in Michael Mooney, Week 12

Mittens McMurphy- She loves her mittens

This is Mittens McMurphy, another character from my story, “The Whimsical Adventures of Ralphy and Alice”.

More to come!

Week 12- Devin Eldridge

Posted: June 19, 2011 in Devin Eldridge, Week 12

This picture is a piece that reminds me of my great grandfather.  Basket making, chair weaving and woodworking were some of his hobbies; I am grateful to have some of the things he made to remember him by. 

Week 12- Sue O’Connor

Posted: June 19, 2011 in Sue O'Connor, Week 12

Double Bubble Vision.

Week 12- Kenia Cris

Posted: June 19, 2011 in Kenia Cris, Week 12

The space to disappear a little

The idea is from a poem I wrote sometime ago and the desire to live in someone’s eyes. This was also my answer to the following collage prompt: “if you could live anywhere besides where you currently live – where would that be? and send someone a postcard from that place.”