Sunday Photo Fiction: January 19th 2014

On Tuesday, a new challenge will start which I am running with the aid of three other people – AnElephant, Morpeth Road and Oh Pithy Me. The challenge is a Haibun challenge, and you can find the details on the new blog here:

Haibun Thinking

You can also find the link on the right hand along with other writing challenges. I am after photos and artwork to use as prompts in the challenge, for which you will receive credit for any images used as well as a link to your blog. If you wish to donate images, please email them to:

haibunchallenge@gmail.com

Thank you, and I hope to see some of you for the launch on Tuesday, 21st January 2014.

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Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly Flash Fiction prompt based on the photo supplied below. If you wish to take part, the idea is to write a piece of fiction of around 100-200 words (usually called flash fiction)

Once you have written your story, please click on the blue creature below to add your story to the list. If you see other people’s faces there, then take a peek at their story and pop them a like a bit of feedback. It’s always nice to hear what other people think of your stories.

If you want to link back to here, then you can select the link below:

 https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2014/01/19/sunday-photo-fiction-january-19th-2014


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Stained Glass window on the old Town Hall in Dover. This building used to be Maison Dieu (house of God) when it was built in 1253. It was added to and added to, becoming a gaol, a hospital before becoming the Town Hall.  The stained glass is representative of the Cinque Ports.
Stained Glass window on the old Town Hall in Dover. This building used to be Maison Dieu (house of God) when it was built in 1253. It was added to and added to, becoming a gaol, a hospital before becoming the Town Hall.
The stained glass is representative of the Cinque Ports.

Sunday Photo Fiction: January 12th 2014

INFORMATION

Very soon, I will be starting a new blog with another challenge. A Haibun challenge. I will be after photos and artwork if people are willing to send it to me. If you are, leave a comment, and I will take your email address and contact you through that. Thank you.

Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly Flash Fiction prompt based on the photo supplied below. If you wish to take part, the idea is to write a piece of fiction of around 100-200 words (usually called flash fiction)

Once you have written your story, please click on the blue creature below to add your story to the list. If you see other people’s faces there, then take a peek at their story and pop them a like a bit of feedback. It’s always nice to hear what other people think of your stories.

If you want to link back to here, then you can select the link below.

 https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2014/01/12/sunday-photo-fiction-january-12th-2014


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42 01 January 12th 2014

Sunday Photo Fiction: January 5th 2014

I hope you all had a good New Year and didn’t get too drunk. I also hope that 2014 will be the greatest of your years so far. Or as the Scottish toast says “May the best you’ve ever seen be the worst you’ll ever see”.

Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly Flash Fiction prompt based on the photo supplied below. If you wish to take part, the idea is to write a piece of fiction of around 100-200 words (usually called flash fiction)

Once you have written your story, please click on the blue creature below to add your story to the list. If you see other people’s faces there, then take a peek at their story and pop them a like a bit of feedback. It’s always nice to hear what other people think of your stories.

If you want to link back to here, then you can select the link below

https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2014/01/05/sunday-photo-fiction-january-5th-2014



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Sea King Rescue Helicopter and Lifeboat at a Coastal Display July 2011
Sea King Rescue Helicopter and Lifeboat at a Coastal Display in July 2011

Sunday Photo Fiction: December 29th 2013

This is the final Sunday Photo Fiction prompt of 2013. When this started back in March, I was expecting it go for a week or two and then fade out. I am happy to say that this year has been great for this challenge, and I hope that 2014 brings many more. Thank you everyone who has joined me in this year, and I would like to wish all of you a very happy New Year.

Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly Flash Fiction prompt based on the photo supplied below. If you wish to take part, the idea is to write a piece of fiction of around 100-200 words (usually called flash fiction)

Once you have written your story, please click on the blue creature below to add your story to the list. If you see other people’s faces there, then take a peek at their story and pop them a like a bit of feedback. It’s always nice to hear what other people think of your stories. I have chosen a Christmas related photo for the prompt this week, but with the reflections it opens itself to a wealth of different avenues.

If you want to link back to here, then you can select the link below

https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2013/12/29/sunday-photo-fiction-december-29th-2013


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40 12 December 29th 2013

Wartime look out post over looking Straits of Dover from Dover Castle. Containing map and telescope, telephone, distance gauge, wipers on the windows and although you can’t see them, images of Allied and Axis boats and planes

Sunday Photo Fiction: December 22nd 2013

I would like to start off by wishing each and every one of you a very happy Christmas. I hope Santa gives you everything that you ask for and desire. If not – sue him hehe.

Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly Flash Fiction prompt based on the photo supplied below. If you wish to take part, the idea is to write a piece of fiction of around 100-200 words (usually called flash fiction)

Once you have written your story, please click on the blue creature below to add your story to the list. If you see other people’s faces there, then take a peek at their story and pop them a like a bit of feedback. It’s always nice to hear what other people think of your stories. I have chosen a Christmas related photo for the prompt this week, but with the reflections it opens itself to a wealth of different avenues.

If you want to link back to here, then you can select the link below:

 https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2013/12/22/sunday-photo-fiction-december-22nd-2013/


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39 12 December 22nd 2013