Sunday, April 29, 2012

Mag 115

image by Manu Pombrol

45 comments:

  1. Reminds me of that song that says, "...I'm livin' in a box....livin' in a cardboard box..." Yes, I must be outta my mind with image/word associations like that!!

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  2. He's just reading in the bathtub. But if you set a candle on the "edge," it will cut off his oxygen supply and he will die.

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  3. thank you Miss Tess for this...

    blessed Sunday and Great week ahead bloggers...

    JJRod'z

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  4. So many men in water...cracks me up! Happy writing everyone. Hope your weather is as great as mine here in CA! Laurel:)

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  5. My entry is a bit of a stretch, but the mason jar made me think of my gym teacher, who incidentally had way more hair than this fellow.

    P. S. Manu Pombrol's Flickr page is well worth a look.

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  6. My, my, what a challenge. : )

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  7. Thought I'd just dive in, this time.

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  8. where do you find these fabulous images?
    Great challenge! Can't wait to read everyone elses's

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  9. Wonderful photo (if impossible challenge). thanks, Tess!

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  10. Hope this makes you smile ...made me giggle writing it ...thank you for the Sunday smiles x

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  11. Great picture! Kept it giggly, too. I could never do a serious article with this one!

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  12. Puzzling isn't it?
    I wonder how he got that jar up on the table, or how he managed to haul the water up.

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  13. blimey how much stuff do you trawl through to find these images tess??!!..xx

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  14. I had fun with this. Thanks Tess.

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  15. I tried...I'm afraid my entry was a little flat this time. Still a joy to participate.

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  16. A limerick awaits all who visit me...

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  17. This prompt, for me, could only go one way... *smile* I look forward to reading your different takes!

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  18. Great prompt Tess, it really got me going!

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  19. A little haiku never hurt anyone!

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  20. i'm back :) moved over to wordpress and loving it sooo much more than blogger...this helped bring my words up and over, thanks !

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  21. mine is up...will be around shortly....

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  22. Wonderful image..had to really dig deep to get this one.
    Thanks for the challenge
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  23. Well, I went for the silly! Thanks for the prompt, Tess. K.

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  24. Another intriguing photographer. Thanks Tess

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  25. Interesting photo this week. Alot like last week...no?

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  26. I just finished the April Haiku Challenge and found I am now addicted. So mine is a haibun. A form I had not heard of before I saw one here. Many thanks.

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  27. Just AWESOME, Tess. My son's "rock opera" helped form my poem this week. Thanks for hosting!

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  28. You guys ALWAYS come up with the BEST picture prompts!! Thank you, I had a great time with this!

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  29. I am new here. I came to know about this interesting portal through a fellow blogger and friend. I hope to participate constantly and contribute as much as i can through my takes on the prompts. Happy writing!:)

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    1. Welcome to Magpie Jayanth...thanks for your lovely contribution...

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  30. Another fun little flash fiction quickie for me! Thanks Tess. Your pics keep getting better!

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  31. a great image prompt once again, thanks Tess

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  32. OK. Here's my comment. A combination of the image and your chess theme. Enjoy.

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  33. Sorry Mags, I'm such a clutz. I had screwed up the link last time. Would you mind taking off the first Cat like from two bumps ago. This is cleaner. Sorry. Hugs

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  34. This one was fun Tess... wrote in one brief sitting.

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