Photo Fiction: Sunday June 23rd 2013

First off, I would like to thank everybody who has taken part. There was the most stories this last week with 19. Thank you all for taking part. 
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/2013/06/23/photo-fiction-sunday-june-23rd-2013/

WORD COUNT
Word count is approximately 150 words.If you go over, you won’t have your head stuck under the water

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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26 thoughts on “Photo Fiction: Sunday June 23rd 2013

  1. This week’s photograph seemed a toughie. I didn’t want to give up so easily, but couldn’t find a storyline either. Buy hurrah! Got one finally 😀

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  2. Poorly Played Practical Joke

    The foam was almost firm, as the surf smashed on to the shore with such ferocity, the wicked waves, wrecking havoc on the Sea-Sprites’ community; as though hurled hatefully by an evil wytch who could manipulate the weather.
    The water faeries scattered as each wave broke, pandemonium on the sands as Amorette’s Fae sea-dwellers beseeched their queen for calmer waters. Sea-Sprites are notorious for teasing practitioners of magic and their latest victim had turned out to be more adept in the Craft of the wise than they had imagined, the wytch’s wrath; more vengeful than expected.
    It had been noted that ‘Elfin Undergarments of Explosions’ was not a practical joke deemed wise to play on the ill-humoured warlocks and wytches of the land.

    ©Kieran Davis

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  3. Dear Alistair,
    I hope this finds you well, Hairy! I had a go at the project, hooray! Can you e-mail me a copy of the photo (even with your copyright logo on it) to attach to the flash-fiction on my computer? Keep smiling, big man hugs from Baldy 🙂

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