It seems to me that all our large older buildings have beams to hold their roofs together. This is our concert hall where I had my jabs for Covid. I had a 15 minutes to study the beams before leaving as we had to wait so long after the jab to make sure there were no ill effects afterwards.
I was just going to throw this photo out when I saw the subject. I do not know how it happened, it looked OK on my phone, but when I uploaded it this was the result. Perhaps my hands were shaking.
At the moment I have to wear this support on my arm as the feeling in three fingers is just pins and needles fsince a while, probably something to do with the carpal tunnel and I would not be keen on an operation.
At the moment everything around me seems to be a little distorted.
If you put enough into the fields, the result is a fertile harvest, even if the whole village stinks whilst the ground is being fertilised. I suppose there is something positive in everything, even the recycling process results of various animals.
Our town is full of guides Taking the tourists for various rides A monument here, a monument there Perhaps a statue, It is not rare They gather together in very neat groups Concentrating on the words, there might be an “oops” Various languages can be confusing, A reason to make it all very amusing
Give me a camera, a mobile phone anything that takes a photo and am happy. Just a cloud formation makes me happy. Clouds are everywhere and each one has its own character. Just a simple pleasure with best wishes from nature.
I am Ahmed Abdi, a Wordpress blogger and storyteller who searches for stories that inspire people. I love writing because it’s a reflection of how I perceive the world around me. Lost in a world of endless chaos in my childhood, Unforgettable moments of tragedy and triumphs taught me the art of storytelling where I found myself through letter writing and then turned into stories but then sadly had lost everything I wrote for years. In 2018, I decided to create a Wordpress blog site that would allow me to store and retrieve every piece. Stories from my community, city and people are what make my writing so interesting and inspiring! I’m a tea lover so a cup of tea sometimes makes my blog.
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