Stacks in Order: WPC

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Fuel chopped and stacked by Rob

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Flower head stacked – Hydrangea

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Fibonacci stack – 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13 …

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Feather stack – overlay

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Fern stack – spiral

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Kids heard stacks of folktales told that day.

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Fleecy stack – Flock

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Famous Fiction stack.

(… getting a bit carried away!)

Puzzle story

A man had to ferry a wolf, a goat and a cabbage across a river. The only boat was so small, it could just hold the man and one other thing. In what order did he manage to get everything to the other side, without the wolf eating the goat, or the goat eating the cabbage? Clue – He made seven trips.

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Organised Chaos: Weekly Photo Challenge

Nature and time do a great job of softening chaos. Here’s a few ideas for this week’s photo challenge. There’s a story in each one.

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Beached. (Shells and feathers on Tentsmuir Nature Reserve, Scotland)

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Curated. (Part of reconstruction of painter, Margaret Olley’s, living room, Tweed Regional  Gallery, New South Wales, Australia)

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Transformed. (Dead tree over the fence in a local park overtaken by weed)

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All text and photos by Meg

Story Twigs the Imagination! by Meg Philp is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.