The early dusk filtered through the trees, filling the area with a hazy morning light. She loved this time of day when the world was waking all around her. Yet, nearby she could hear voices. Intrigued she walked through the woodland until she came across a clearing, where a meeting was taking place. She didn’t want to intrude but the isolated spot for the meeting spoke to her, she lifted her camera and took a snap. Then continued on her walk, hoping to catch an early morning shot of the birds on the lake before they migrated for winter.
That evening as she uploaded her files, she came across the photo of the woodland meeting, yet instead of the group she had seen, the clearing was empty, and in the distance standing among the trees, she could see herself.
For visually challenged writers, the image shows a woodland. In the centre of the woodland is a clearing with fallen trees made into a round seating area. At the head of the seating area is a grand chair.
This quirky area can be found at Hardwick Park, where they often have forest schools for little ones to attend…but when I saw this set-up my imagination started running with other ideas as did our fantastic entries for this week. I have tried to reblog a few since the post went out so hopefully, you will have seen some of them trickling through, but here is the list below (if I have missed anyone, please let me know). Thank you all for grabbing a spot and joining in with our special meeting place:
- the-meeting-place/ – pensitivity101
- Bump on a Log – A Unique Title For Me
- Writephoto – Into the Trees – About the Jez of It
- An Extraordinary Era – Gone, Never Forgotten | TanGental
- The meeting place – Keep it alive
- Meeting | #writephoto Flash Fiction – Jemima Pett
- false – nope, not pam
- the-inductee-n2w-220910/ – garyawilsonstories
Thank you all again for taking part in #writephoto – https://new2writing.wordpress.com/2022/09/08/writephoto-meeting/
This week’s #writephote challenge – The Red Door, is now live: