Sunday Photo Fiction – July 26th 2015

Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly writing challenge where a photo is used as a prompt for a piece of fiction using around 200 words. The piece doesn’t have to centre around exactly what the photo is, it can be just used as a basis. For example, this week’s photo is the statue of a pilot at a Battle of Britain memorial in Capel le Ferne in the UK, but you can use it as the statue of some random passerby who did something miraculous and was immortalised in stone. Or even just as a description of something in the background

If you have the time, please read some of the other stories that have been written via the InLinkz page below. Remember though, the main thing is to have fun and enjoy what you are writing.

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Statue of Air Force pilot at Battle of Britain memorial in Capel le Ferne in the UK
Statue of Air Force pilot at Battle of Britain memorial in Capel le Ferne in the UK
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Sunday Photo Fiction – May 10th 2015

Every Sunday a new photo is added as a prompt to see what kind of a story the image inspires in you. You should make your story / poem etc around 200 words, but don’t worry, you won’t be sent to clean Glastonbury or dunked in ice cold water if you go over the count. The main thing is to enjoy what you write and write what you enjoy.

Please take the time to add your link to the inlinkz page so others can read your story as well.

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Sunday Photo Fiction – May 3rd 2015

Entering the fifth month of the year. I wonder where the year has gone so far. It seems only yesterday that Christmas was upon us, and now it is May. Sunday Photo Fiction is over two years old now, and some of you have been here from the very start. I thank you for your continued support. I also want to thank everyone who has joined since then. Without you, this page would not be possible. Also thanks to Joe Owens who had the helm for a couple of months whilst I was away. I will always be grateful for that.

The idea of Sunday Photo Fiction is to write a story with inspiration coming from the photo provided. Flash Fiction is described as a story using under 1000 words. Sunday Photo Fiction suggests around 200 words. I look forward to seeing what you write. Please add your story to the link below so others can read your work as well.

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Grasshopper on a wrist watch
Grasshopper on a wrist watch

Sunday Photo Fiction – April 19th 2015

Good morning / afternoon / evening everyone. I want to thank Joe for holding down the fort whilst I have been away. Whilst I am still away from my own blog, I do have time to do the Sunday Photo Fiction now, plus I have missed creating the posts. Thank you to everyone who has carried on whilst Joe has been here.

If this is your first time coming here, then allow me to explain what Sunday Photo Fiction is. Each week a photo is used as a prompt to get your creative juices flowing. Write a story of around 200 words with inspiration coming from that photo. You won’t be banned for going a bit over, but if you do, please don’t go too much over as other people will be reading your stories as well, and you want to keep them interested. As I am still on a hiatus from blogging, I may not be able to comment on each story written, but I will be reading them. I look forward to your contributions.

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Pewter dragon ornament
Pewter dragon ornament

Sunday Photo Fiction: April 5, 2015

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.

Also please add #sundayphotofiction to your twitter under publicize. I am interested to see if we can create a blip on Twitter’s radar.

 

copyright- Joe Owens 2015
copyright- Joe Owens 2015