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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?


  1. Hopefully not!
    Just started reading your book.

  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.

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