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After the Storm

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I have had a love of the written word for my entire life. It's no surprise that eventually I found a platform where I could write. It's random; sometimes funny, occasionally sad, maybe even at times from anger and I lean towards creative photography and hands on crafts. I have a few blogs that high light these interests.

17 thoughts on “After the Storm

    1. Just thought I would learn something new. Wasn’t sure if it stuck around or disappeared like on Instagram. Also wasn’t sure how it showed up for people but obviously it does as I’ve had lots of comments on it.

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    1. Allan, We’ve had at least 3 inches so now everything is lush and green again. I hope it is enough for the farmers – it has certainly been what our hay crop needed and the garden. They are predicting 35’s again next week so who knows how long that moisture will last in the ground. Have a good weekend as well. Bernie

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    1. As I said no filters & no editing. Just how the eye and the camera on my phone saw it. Then it faded to this crazy orange sunset. Thanks for the kudos. Really lucky to live where I do.

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    1. Thanks Donna. It was really just point and shot — the colours just shone through all around the sky; every direction was stunning. I just happened to be in the right spot at the right time.

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