A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Shell


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Better late than never!  A word a week challenge seems to be turning into a word a month.  Sorry guys.  The pictures you see are shells collected in Zanzibar from the local beach and the solid ‘shell’ the Giant Tortoise uses for protection.

Once a week I will dip into my old English Oxford dictionary and pick a word on the page that it falls open at.  The challenge is to post a photograph, poem, story – whatever the genre you like best to describe of what that word means to you. Please put a link back to my challenge post so others can take part and put your post link in my comments section so people can follow it back to your blog and take on the subject.

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  11. Great Idea about finding the next new word but I just had a thought, why not get out your scrabble board and pick seven random letters and then run them in the word generator – http://www.wineverygame.com/ — I just typed these random letters tywost and got 15 words… who’d thought it.

    Great Post Thanks.
    Jose from Clarkston, Michigan

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