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Santa Claus, Australia, a rocket, I’m lichen it!!

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Santa Claus!

Santa Claus!

lichen aus

You have to imagine the lichen is flipped horizontally… and maybe squint a bit, but can you see Australia? And is it being attacked by Iceland?

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Zoooom!!

About Lois

Find me at: www.loiselsden.com I am a writer living in the west of England, and have just published my latest novel, Magick, the second book in the Radwinter series. You can find all my novels on Amazon as e-books. I hope my blog will engage you with my other interests, music, family history and food... Most of all I hope you engage with my writing and my thoughts on the process... at least on my process!!

2 responses »

  1. Hmmm… Santa Claus’s head with a thought bubble “You said this person’s name was Loco?”
    Not really sure which continent, perhaps a ravaged Antarctica?

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