Photo Fiction: Sunday June 16th 2013

The idea of Alastair’s Photo Fiction is that a photo that I have taken is used as a prompt for flash fiction – a short story – or poem of around 150 words. If you decide that want to create a story,copy and paste this as a link on your post so that it links back here.

https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2013/06/16/photo-fiction-sunday-june-16th-2013/

WORD COUNT
Word count is approximately 150 words.If you go over, you won’t be made to walk up the alleyway in the dark.

PROMPT
The photo that is used is one that I have taken myself. Please link to my other blog with a copyright message. My other blog can be found here. Please include the photo in each story.

THE RULES
Please state at the beginning of your post if your post contains sex or violence so that readers who are against those genres can know to avoid them.

When commenting on another person’s story, please be nice. Remember, we all like advice, but harsh criticism may offend some people.

Please link back to here with your post so that other readers can know where your stories are. Please add your story to the InLinkz so others can read yours as well. Thank you.


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34 thoughts on “Photo Fiction: Sunday June 16th 2013

  1. OK safely touched down on different ground. Palm trees sway… And it’s Father’s Day here.

    Give me a day or two, maybe even tonight….as I just got around to posting my daily! 🙂

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    1. That’s okay Jules. You’ve got all week. Have father’s day with hubby. I’m having mine with the kids 😀

      Enjoy your time there

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  2. I can’t believe it Alastair, I wrote the story earlier today (my today) and then ‘spaced’ linking it here! Go figure. Anyway I just did link now, so all done! 🙂 xx

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    1. 😆 Thank you Penny. Busy days tend to make you forget. I completely forgot to do that with the Ligo Haibun a couple of weeks ago. Nightlake ended up doing it for me

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  3. I started writing this last night after having a *bit* too much gin. This morning I looked at it, laughed, then started again from scratch.

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