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Nimrod in the Lurch

Using #woods, #fireflies, #tangled, #heron

A flying heron painted as artwork at the side of a stone pier.
Photo by Jonny Gios on Unsplash

Fairytales have this magical quality because they allow you to put yourself in a dream state and follow the narratives to wherever they take you. Good ones will try to take you somewhere unexpected and you become suspended in a new world even if it is just for a moment as you believe in the story…




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