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Micro-Moments – Wordless Wednesday

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Micro-moments of life through my lens

Sap It Is…

Mundane Monday Challenge is created to find beauty in almost everything.

The challenge is simple. Find beauty in everyday mundane things, capture the beauty and upload the photographs.

Tree Sap

It’s simply a tree bark, yet it’s gorgeous in its rough and crumbly texture with the sticky sap oozing out of its pores.

The sap must taste like caramel toffee or a sip of nectar ‘cos I saw little ants running up and down the length of the trunk, fetching and carrying little bits of dried sap that’s 3x their size.

Did you know that plant sap is rich in sucrose?

Delicious Pie – Ronovan writes weekly haiku challenge.

This week’s haiku prompt from Ronovan threw me for six for a couple of minutes. I had no idea what to do with pie & dust. I could only think eating it the pie with sprinkles of sweet stuff, then my thought trail took another bend.

Bits of pie fell to the ground

and got covered in dust,

the ants didn’t mind; it was delicious!

© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha


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‘A Richly Layered and Passionate Read.’ Jan Cliff

Out of the silent breath

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