Category Archive: Wordy Monday

Aire on #WordyMonday

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The concept behind the flamenco word Aire would be difficult to represent even if I chose to do so using flamenco shots, but I’ve decided not to do that because Sadler’s Wells Flamenco… Continue reading

Stability on #WordyMonday

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On November 16th, 2010 the building of human castles (Castells) by teams (Collers Castalleres) was declared by UNESCO to be one of the ‘Masterpieces Of Oral And Intangible Heritage of Humanity’. The tradition… Continue reading

Sinewy on #WordyMonday

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What perfect timing! I’ve chosen two other shots of Felipe performing acrobalance at the House of Wolf to illustrate this word, suggested by Milo Miles some time before Christmas. Please suggest more words… Continue reading

Lepton: A #WordyMonday challenge

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It is currently thought that leptons and quarks are seen as the basic building matter of the universe. Unlike quarks, which exist only in composite form with other quarks, leptons exist on their… Continue reading

Dance shot to illustrate the phrase ‘enclitic particle’ for #wordymonday

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  Some time before Christmas Ms Hedgehog suggested that I use the phrase ‘enclitic particle’ for a #WordyMonday dance photography challenge. I had planned to do so in January but life got in… Continue reading

Jondo on #WordyMonday

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“It’s Hondo” says Jackie. “Yes, Jondo” I reply. I’m staying with an old friend in Gibraltar while consolidating the information gathered from two days of research on the influences and growth of the… Continue reading

Aftermath 2 – To Lost Potential

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To the two friends I lost last week, my requiem for lost potential.

(Apocalyptic) Aftermath on #WordyMonday

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Milli Wouters suggested this word in jest, as this will be the first #WordyMonday since the purported end of the World last week. I think the images themselves tell the story and as… Continue reading

Ogygian

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Ribbon dancers at the Greenwich Cultural Festival (c) Carole Edrich 2010 The word for this week is Ogygian. Another word I had to look up when I first read it, I think it… Continue reading