Returning to the picture as writing prompt today, with a variation: I’m giving you two photos, one suggestive of place and the other of emotion and conflict.
I invite you to let them take you where they will: a memory, a bit of fiction, a poem. Whatever you write, have fun! Please post a bit here in the comments.
Here we go . . .
Panther Crossing/Gerry Wilson
by taliesin at morguefile.com
Here’s the second photo in the series that began a couple of weeks ago: A Picture’s Worth . . . How Many Words? (Click on the link to see the first one.)
The point? A prompt that’s the opposite of a photo challenge. Instead of finding or shooting a photo to suit the word/s, you bring the words to the photo.
Maybe it’ll trigger a memory or prompt a story or poem. The possibilities are as limitless as your imagination!
So jump in . . . Write about what’s happening in the picture. Write what came before. Write what comes after. Take it anywhere you like . . .
I would love to see what you do! Post your first 100 words or a few lines of a poem in a comment. Or share a link to a longer piece.