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Tag Archives: fandango’s flash fiction challenge
For the visually challenged writer, the photo below is of a young couple sitting on a bed drinking coffee together and the young woman is whispering something in the young man’s ear. He loved that shy smile, and patted the … Continue reading
For the visually challenged writer, the photo is of a wintry scene of snow-covered trees deep within a forest. The image below is from aw-landscapes at DeviantArt.com. Onward they battled, heads bent against the elements, one painful step at a … Continue reading
This is my response to Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge today. What a picture to play with (and no Tommy Steele in sight) The image below is from artbyrandy at Morguefile. He felt a right pillock standing there, but he was … Continue reading
Fandango has chosen the following picture from Frantisek Krejci at Pixabay for his challenge this week. You can participate here For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows a man’s hands, where there are coins in the palm of one … Continue reading
Fandango has chosen the image below from the Google Photo Frame for our photo challenge today. I lay my head, but sleep will not come. The streets are cold at night. Here in my corner, rats scurry and run, Eyes … Continue reading
The image below is from Victor Moriyama at the New York Times and has been chosen by Fandango for his flash fiction challenge this week.For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows people seen in individual units through the large … Continue reading