Eurydice by Sarah RuhlJessica Williams as Eurydice.
I had not heard of Eurydice before this post, but this picture makes an excellent story starter.
If the label of the chemical looks like this, then you know, that it contains something really corrosive, harmful and toxic.
She pauses, staring at the scraggled label, it edges looking scraped away. Footsteps. Not this soon! The bottle set on the table. Her falling to the ground, letting the shadows hide her, knocking the table leg as she did. The doors open and the bottle fell.
What is the writing? Letters, a diary, a will, a thesis?
The water will destroy the writing, so why not use a fire? Why use water, where the paper will writing for a little bit?
Or won’t the water destroy the writing?
Is that hand putting the writing in the water or reaching to take it out?
Photograph by Kae Horng Mau, Your Shot
The soft lights of our Milky Way galaxy flow across the sky over Mount Kinabalu, a mountain peak on the Malaysian side of the island of Borneo, in a picture taken February 27 and released this week.
The mountain reaches 13,435 feet (4,095 meters) above sea level, offering relatively clear views of the night sky from high above the clouds.
“The whole family lived here. We were nocturnal.”