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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Photo Blog of The Fifth Commandment


Peter's Denial, Carl Heinrich Bloch (1834-1890 Danish),
 National History Museum, Frederiksborg Castle


Thought I'd share a few photos about my newest short work titled The Fifth Commandment.


Wikipedia-(New Panama City)


Much of my story is a recollection of old Panama in Central America, which touched my heart as a family friendly, peaceful but humble town across from new Panama City which is full of skyscrapers, restaurants and fast cars.

This breathtaking altar has quite a story
 of it's own involving a Welsh pirate.








 Huge bridges, highways and giant expanses of water separate the old from the new and it almost seems like there’s a time warp of a hundred years between the two areas. 





My pictures are from the old section as described by my character, Christina. 

I loved the serenity in the French Plaza
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Even my own dishes inspired me....
but most of the story came to me in my dreams.



Have you ever denied someone you loved?




5 comments:

  1. Hopefully not!
    Just started reading your book.

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  2. Nope!

    It's good to have images of the places you write about when writing. I used to have them stuck on the wall over my desk when I actually worked in a home office.

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  3. Just finished translating this book into Spanish in Babel Cube, great short book! Blessings Eve.

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