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For visually challenged writers, Sue’s image shows the early morning mists rising over an empty moorland scene beneath a soft pink sky. The moors give up her morning tears, Wistful in their promise of a new day, Lilacs and pinks … Continue reading
Our hostess for the Friday Fictioneers photo challenge is Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Our picture this week is courtesy of Jeff Arnold. Everything was ready. The machine was heavy but held great promise of wondrous manuscripts and best sellers. He had been … Continue reading
Every Thursday, Sue Vincent posts one of her photographs and offers up the challenge of writing something using it for inspiration. For visually challenged writers, the image shows a well trodden pathway through a field of mown wheat. The path … Continue reading
Every Thursday, Sue Vincent gives us one of her photos for a writing challenge. You can check it out here For visually challenged writers, the image shows a ray of light piercing the heavy clouds above a silky body of … Continue reading
Once again thanks to Rochelle for hosting this weekly photoprompt challenge. https://rochellewisoff.com/2020/03/11/13-march-2020 PHOTO PROMPT © Ceayr The Tour Guide was looking for an angle to keep his party interested. The gardens were lovely most of the year, but it was … Continue reading
Thanks to Donna for our photoprompt, this week from Pixaby. https://sundayphotofiction.com/2020/03/01/sunday-photo-fiction-mar-1-2020 She waits: Wings drying under a cloudless sky, The sun rays make her glow But the magic isn’t complete. She lifts her head Feeling the warmth on her face, … Continue reading