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Cameron Drake of San Francisco has created a collection of magnificent images showing joints in motion. He was aided by orthopedic physician Dr. Noah Weiss and the finished product is completely amazing. If you’d like to know more about the project, please check out Drake’s blog.

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Agnes Kóbori-Kovács

" I Don’t Like to Live Here"

"Self portrait and the view out of kitchen window. I hope we ll move to another city soon."

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Boulder Opal



Oval cabochon of Elbaite Tourmaline, the green half of the cabochon has a chatoyant cat’s eye effect!
Minas Gerais, Brazil


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Using Myths for Writing Prompts
Writing prompts are an excellent way to stay in good writing shape. We post a daily writing prompt on our Facebook page. It is also available on our Creative Blog. 

If you’re looking for some inspiration, you may enjoy an article I wrote last year about using Lyrics as Writing Prompts. I am always looking for new writing exercises, and I wanted to explore the concept of myths as prompts. I think this could be a great exercise for your writing group.

What is a myth?
A myth is a traditional, usually ancient story involving supernatural beings, ancestors, or heroes. It is used to explain aspects of the natural world or to show the psychology, customs, or ideals of a society. Myths exist in every culture across the globe. Examples include Eros and Psyche, the Myth of Creation, Daedalus and Iccarus,Noah and the Great Flood, the myth of Arthur and Camelot, and The Rain Queen.

Why don’t you write a myth using one of these ideas as inspiration?

by Amanda Patterson

Nike WMNS Blazer Mid “Iridescent”


Andrew Yee

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Polished golden Pyrite sphere with crystals inside vugs!