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  • Chloe Thurlow

    I write my stories in they dark hours of night with the glass walls of the banks across London like glazed mysterious eyes and the planes following the Thames as they come into Heathrow. The flat is cold, the heat pipes rattle, and I imagine I am sitting somewhere naked in warm water drawing inspiration from the tide.

  • Kiana Ortega

    summer night writing. Love this photo! So many brilliant stories and perfect images come with just the single photo!! #PowerOfPhotography

  • { brooke grace }

    writing journals in the water at night

  • Vickie Harvey

    lake#prepare for picnic #picnic #summer picnic #company picnic|

  • Alanna Kelly

    Water inspiration photo credit -Gough

  • Cheryl Really Cooks!

    writing in the moon light

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