Discover Prompt 19: Three

The writer has three sources: imagination, observation, and experience.

William Faulkner

Perhaps good things do come in threes, but you don’t usually plan for three-some photos. They just happen. In fact, you most often don’t realize you’ve photographed three of anything until you look back at the pictures and find — to your amazement — those triple delights.

Three monochromatic buildings in Provence.

Three columns on the Temple of Augustus and Livia in Vienne, France

Three pottery jugs at the Archaeological Museum in Heraklion, Greece

The famous “Ladies in Blue” Minoan Fresco in Knossos, Crete

Three barn swallows waiting with open mouths for the return of their mother : a pavilion in the Badlands of South Dakota

At the top of this post: Three men place stones on graves in the Jewish Cemetery, Jerusalem.

Human behavior flows from three sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge.


Wishing you all a safe week ahead.

Rusha & Bert

This post is one of a series of one-word prompts for April 2020 called Discover Prompts by WordPress. Enjoy!

6 thoughts on “Discover Prompt 19: Three

      1. Valentina

        I admire those people who know how to take care of art with their dedication and gentle hands. I am glad you got to see it.

    1. Oh, the Places We See

      Thanks, Joanne. I’m getting a bit weary . . . and so is Bert since it takes me a while each day. But it’s a great exercise to try something new each day, as you have been doing in your kitchen oh, so many days. Take care. I love having you as a reader!

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