FORESHADOW A REALLY AWFUL DISASTER (Weekly Photo Challenge Take Two)


 

Chimney shadow 

This foreshadows I would lose the plot

In taking steps for a better shot –

When I fell off, what would be incurred

Would be a pic more than somewhat blurred,

And while from the chimney down I came

I would, most likely, mess up the aim.

 © Colonialist August 2013 (WordPress)

 

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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16 Responses to FORESHADOW A REALLY AWFUL DISASTER (Weekly Photo Challenge Take Two)

  1. Tokeloshe says:

    Do be careful ;-(
    Hubby always says, if you fall, hold the camera up in the air 😉

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  2. The Asian says:

    It almost looks like you’re on a diving board… I’m glad you didn’t try any somersaults or anything crazy like that!

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  3. bulldog says:

    Love the photo and words… but where is your safety belt???

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  6. Sonel says:

    Great shot Col! I thought that was a statue until I read the rhyme..LOL!
    Awfully clever! 😀

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  7. 68ghia says:

    View notwithstanding, chimney standing, not quite my forte!!
    Truly awful Col 😉

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