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Every Monday, Fandango selects a picture and invites us to write a post revolving around it. For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows an interior corner with light shining though columns. The image from Davidoasa at Pixabay.com. It was … Continue reading
This week Fandango has chosen a charming picture of a blue doorway surrounded by a circular wood frame in a dwelling that is nestled within underbrush. Bobo’s front door wasn’t usually visible for undergrowth, but today was a special day. … Continue reading
It was the perfect response to lost revenue, lost workers, loss of earnings and lost premises. This had once been one of the most popular shops on the High Street. The owner paid his taxes, six staff, and his bills, … Continue reading
The image below is from Andrea Piacquadio at Pexels.com. For the visually challenged writer, the photo is of an elderly man sitting at a desk typing on a laptop. If someone had told him sixty years ago what he was … Continue reading
Image from Pinterest. For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows small pots containing plants that have very human-like features. ‘Hi.’ ‘Hello yourself. You doin’ OK?’ ‘I guess. Where am I?’ ‘Haven’t the foggiest. None of us do.’ He looked … Continue reading
Image from Tim Short at the USA Today Network. For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows an orange beam of light on the horizon that is reflected in the lake water below at dusk. It has no beginning, It … Continue reading
Pete’s family were in isolation. Not that they were infected, but were considered to be in a higher risk category. The two kids were kept home from school and unusually quiet in their room, so he went up to investigate. … Continue reading
The image below is from MarinaPriest at Morguefile and chosen for Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge today. For the visually challenged writer, the image shows a large silver brain in a wooded area surrounded by trees. ‘There’s a lot to be … Continue reading
Welcome to Fandango’s 31st Flash Fiction Challenge! Full details are here: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/79388113/posts/2407011094 It was perfect, catching all the colours of the rainbow, a masterpiece. Many were terrified, most accepting, knowing their time on their earth was short lived. Five year … Continue reading