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Tag Archives: photoprompt
Once again our thanks to Rochell Wisoff-Fields for hosting the weekly Friday Fictioneers challenge, You can find out more and read other contributions by clicking here Image supplied by Dale Rogerson. Thanks Dale! Henri’s restaurant was badly in need of … Continue reading
This week’s hilarious image is by misterfarmer from Pixabay Our challenge is to write up to five lines of prose or poetry using the word WAITING and/or the photoprompt. Three sheep were eagerly waiting For the bus outside of their … Continue reading
Thanks Kat for the prompt again this week https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/60562321/posts/2384433251 The bell dinged, signalling dinner was about to be served. The mice lined up by the holes waiting for the cheese to appear. 122 characters
This is Paula’s weekly challenge and her theme this week is faded. She’s provided the picture is below from Pixabay. There is a place, a magical place Where the gentle ripple of the water Soothes the troubled spirit, A place … Continue reading
This week Rochelle has chosen this PHOTO PROMPT © Jan Wayne Fields for our Friday Fictioneers challenge They say one man’s junk is another man’s treasure, so Jack and Jan decided to check out a garage sale in the next … Continue reading
Many thanks to Nekneeraj for hosting this challenge every week. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2376796568 Image by David Kovalenko How he had managed to keep it a secret, he didn’t know, but now Geoff was thrilled and finally could show off his labours to … Continue reading
Nip over to Like Mercury Colliding for Kat’s weekly TT challenge and play with a maximum of 280 characters! Photo by Wal_172619 @ picabay.com ‘Honey? Our taxi might be a bit late.’ 38 characters