Reflections of a working writer and reader
There is a joke among novelists that in order to initiate strong action or to revive a wilting narrative it is only necessary to say: And so a stranger came to town.
john baker, October 6th, 2007. 6 comments. Filed under art.
From the work of Eric Lafforgue
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bhutiful photo; thanks for the link to this photographer.
Nice! These novice monks are future preachers expected to spread the gospel. Amen to these little monks.
That is a gorgeous photo, hope to get to Myanmar one day….
Wow, this is a really great shot!
This photo is amazing. The simplicity and serenity of the monk’s life, even with these kids, is greatly reflected here. Beautiful shot.
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