Every Tuesday, step by step, I’m walking with my readers from A to Z, last week we had “Q” (visit tagged Q), so this week we have R – I’m sure you’ll find a story or a short reflection tagged with “R”! Feel free to add in the comments below the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “R”!!! Myself I’ll feature “R” for river stories:
Some years we lived in a house down by the riverside. Every evening I made a little trip with my canoe. Once I noticed two ears looking out of the water. It was a just born calf fighting to survive. I stopped my journey and climbed (the calf on my back) up to the dry land. Mother cow stood there completely confused …
click on the picture to enter the galleries of Barry Lubman, actually he is visiting Antarctic regions …
Georgetown, Maine (an island community located in midcoast Maine near Bath): I do not have a photo of my life rescue action in the Ruhr river, Germany, but Barry Lubman kindly gave the permission to me, to feature his photo from a yellow house at the Kennebec River, near Bath (and the 5 islands restaurant) – click on the picture, to enter Barry Lubman’s flickr gallery.
step by step I enjoyed more and more the comments of my readers. They often inspired me to dive deeper into a topic. The result now is a print edition “Fragments And Feedbacks” – 100 pages, only words, no photos, a “best of” (so far) out of more than 1,200 articles – if you are interested please visit http://www.blurb.com/books: fragments-and-feedbacks