Thursday Doors – September 28, 2017

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Viking Doors – L’Anse Aux Meadows – Newfoundland (part 1)

After we finished the hiking portion of our time in Gros Morne National Park we hit the road and drove up to the tip of Newfoundland’s northern peninsula to the L’Anse-aux-Meadows National Historic site.

A Unesco World Heritage site since 1978, this internationally renowned archaeological site was discovered in 1960 and contains the only confirmed Norse settlement in North America to date.

Sitting at the edge of a meadow on what feels like the ends of the earth, the…

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Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Leah Lederman @leahbewriting @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

Spreading the Writer's Word

The Ladies of Horror
Picture-Prompt Writing Challenge!

The Gatekeeper
by Leah Lederman

She was the guardian. Feared, hated, misunderstood, but she did her duty. Her lips, the gate, opened wide, leading the way to the gaping chasm she protected. She waited.
The first twin had been silent in its descent through the birth canal, but the second rumbled and twisted, shredding its near-dead mother. The mewling lump came forth. She swallowed it whole and withdrew, wiping the corner of her mouth with a clawed, skeletal finger.
Not all babies go to heaven.
Fiction © Copyright Leah Lederman
Image courtesy of Marge Simon 

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Leah Lederman is a freelance writer and editor from the Indianapolis area, where she lives with her husband, their two sons, two cats, and puppy. Since obtaining her Master’s degree in English Literature from the University of Toledo in 2009, she’s busied herself with writing, editing, parenting…

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Slow Egret Over The Marsh

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Tall reeds and grasses worked in my favor here (pretty rare).

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I shot all these photographs at the minimum my lens would allow. The idea was to make the images all about the flight over the marsh, not just the bird.

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There was plenty of activity this morning so I could afford to play around trying to get an in-flight series like this.

Most times a series like this is… nothing like what I saw in my head.

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