They had observed the rock formation from miles away, with each step closer to it, it seemed to grow more intriguing.
“It looks like a house”, Josie said to her exasperated husband John who was trailing behind her with a heavily laden backpack. He made a harrumph sound in response but she ignored it and clicked happily on her camera before setting off again.
As they grew closer and closer her excitement to explore the rocks grew.
“Do you think it was a caveman’s home?” Josie wondered once they had reached the opening in the rocks.
“Maybe,” John said, giving in to her excitement. “It could be our lodgings for the weekend, save us on that hotel you booked”. He said smirking at his own joke.
“I WOULD live here”, Josie smiled at him, “look at that view.”
As they made their way inside it grew darker and darker, eventually, John rummaged in the backpack and pulled out their torch. As he clicked it on they both inhaled sharply.
“Wow! This is so beautiful.” Josie said. John nodded in agreement. The swirling text that filled the walls, floor and roof of the cave was unlike anything they had ever seen before.
“What do you think it says?” John asked.
“No idea. Oh, look there are numbers there.” She pointed to the area she had spotted.
They both moved closer and focussed the torchlight.
“Is that a date?” Jane’s brow wrinkled with concentration. They both looked at each other in the dull torchlight.
If it was a date, that meant it was one week from today…
My response to Sue’s wonderful photo prompt combined with the Captivating daily post. If you want to give Sue’s prompt a go too, head over to Sue’s Page Thursday Photo Prompt – ahead – and join in the prompt. KL ❤