Welcome to the weekly #writephoto prompt!
here and there
Meandering or Marching
To get there
For visually challenged writers, the image shows a stretch of coastline with a variety of walkers making their way along it.
The regulars already know this bit, but for those that don’t:
- Each Thursday at Noon GMT I will post the #writephoto prompt
- Use the image and prompt as inspiration to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or dark, whatever you choose, as long as it is fairly family-friendly.
- Please have your entries linked back to the original prompt post by the following Tuesday at Noon GMT.
- Link back to this post with a pingback (Hugh has an excellent tutorial here) and/or leave a link in the comments below, to be included in the round-up.
- Please click their links to visit the blogs of other contributors and take time to read and comment on their work.
- Use the #writephoto hashtag in your title so your posts can be found.
- There is no word limit and no style requirements, except that your post must take inspiration from the image and/or the prompt word given in the title of this post.
- Feel free to use #writephoto logo or include the prompt photo in your post if you wish, or you may replace it with one of your own to illustrate your work.
- By participating in the #writephoto challenge, please be aware that your post may be featured as a reblog on this blog and I will link to your post for the round-up each week.
If you need some more inspiration or fancy a bit of light reading, check out last weeks round-up.
I can’t wait to read your creations.
19 thoughts on “#WRITEPHOTO – Walkers”
I was reading last week’s when your notification popped up… and now I’ve studied the picture well enough to place it on the map, I have a feeling this might be a place for Roscoe to debut – on Monday!
Thanks, Jemima. We have such beautiful beaches in the UK but that’s all I’m giving away. Oh wonderful, I look forward to it. KL ❤
All ready to go: https://jemimapett.com/blog/2022/02/07/walkers-writephoto-flash-fiction/
Here’s my story. I chose to try again to do it in 99 words.
“Dad — my sandcastle was right here yesterday. Now it’s gone.”
“Son, the ocean is teaching you. You should listen. I once lost a picnic to the tide while playing.”
“You two – always looking for meaning. Okay — thanks to your father; I lost something here, I lost my, um — never mind. The sand of your castle is still here. You could rebuild someplace safer. We found his picnic destroyed in the waves. But, somethings, once lost can’t be rebuilt or found.”
“Dad? What’s mom talking about?”
“She means – um — losing some things actually improves your castle.”
Here’s mine KL
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