Every week on a Sunday, a new photo is used as a prompt for Flash Fiction challenge using around 200 words based on that image. Your story does not have to be exactly what the item in the photo is as long as there is at least a reference to it. You can make it anything you want, and enjoy what you write, and we will as well.
Please remember to add your piece to the list of others by clicking on the little creature, and you can also add the creature to your own post by clicking on the link beneath it. Have fun, and I look forward to reading what you have written.
16 thoughts on “Sunday Photo Fiction: September 14th 2014”
It does ha e a lovely old time look.
AnElephantCant get back to Scotland
Unless he catches a super fast plane
Or his other good trick
Is to hitch a lift on Emmy’s broomstick
Because it takes him too long on the train
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AnElephantCant just sweet talk Emmy
for a broomstick ride, it’s not that easy.
Do you have a reservation?
a ticket? a number or a magic potion?
Love that you are still doing this! Was worried I’d come back and be all lost with no idea where to go haha
This one is a great photo.
As soon as I saw this – the song Folsom Prison Blues came to mind. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5Ts4M3irWM
Hi Folks: I have 2 not interconnected blogs. Sometimes, wordpress thinks I’m commenting through the other blog, and wants me to sign into the other blog as I am making comments as my other personae, my other blog. Sometimes, it’s as simple as signing out of the blog it says I want to comment as, and logging into shape shifter. I might be actually only signing out of wordpress, so how do you sign out of a blog, to go to another one?
Yarn Spinner worked. After 5 tries with Al, I decided I’m post my comments on the blog. Apparently WordPress staff is off doing something, and can’t respond to my query of why does this keep happening when the 2 blogs are completely separate beings.
Now to a resolution. I will post when I have read all the stories.
Great photograph. So much potential for a story.
Kept it under 200 (around 175) ya hoo.
I might have found a temporary solution. If it works, my comments will be where they should be!
oops! not with Al. But with ol’ # 66. Not my day!
Finally – wore out Little Miss so her napping gave me a few moments; enjoy:
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