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This week we have another picture from Cyranny to inspire us. Thanks to Bikurgurl for setting the challenge. You can join in here. It was an experiment thought up by local environmentalists and the councils, though many scoffed at the … Continue reading
Many thanks to Bikurgurl for setting the 100 WW challenge again this week. Floating high up in the sky, Surely the map can’t be right? Can we be just twenty miles From home and a Superstore site? Anyone see a … Continue reading
Kelly from Bikurgurl has chosen one of her own images to inspire us to write our 100 words this week. They were excited to land this gig, support band to one of today’s greats. They took their places on stage, … Continue reading
This one didn’t come into my reader, so I’m almost a full week late! https://bikurgurl.com/2018/12/12/100-word-wednesday-week-100/ Photo by Blaise Vonlanthen ‘Do you think he’ll see it?’ ‘You’ve decorated the tree beautifully.’ ‘It’s not the same though, Dad not being here. What … Continue reading
This week’s Photo by Alex Iby https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/40819174/posts/2026280144 It was dark and cold. He shivered, then realised he was soaked to the skin. He felt heavy and laden, his feet bound and his movements restricted. Suddenly he remembered being tossed overboard by some … Continue reading
We are invited to weave a tale of exactly 100 words to the image below: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/40819174/posts/2018146685 Image by Toa Heftiba It was recognised as a shrine of sorts to a famous writer, and customers paid five bucks a time to pass … Continue reading