A picture can prompt a thousand words.Posted: March 12, 2018
My first thought, when I saw this week’s prompt, was to share a few of the photographs I’ve taken which have either inspired stories and story elements, or served as reference for scenes I’ve written.
And I will do that, in just a sec.
First, though, I must share my all-time favorite story-in-one-picture shot:
It’s not the best photo, but it perfectly captures my dog’s sense of betrayal. In my defense, he likes almost everything people eat, so I had no idea he’d hate it so.
And, as promised, here are a just a few of the shots that have prompted some of my writing:
Here are some of my favorite STORY responses from others:
(I’ll add more as I have time to browse, so feel free to check back.)
winter noir – love story – canvas tool kit – beginners chess – frogs are back – matchbox cars in Georgia (the country) – this makes me miss the beach so much – forsaken – a Raleigh ghost story – witch house visitors – cemetery guardian – where did he go? – some party last night, eh? – careful! – St. Louis Cemetery 1 – october 2, 2017 – simba, king of the neighborhood –
Find all my photographic projects at Haunting Photos (there’s also a link in the blog header.)
- Index to my other #PostAWeek entries
- Halloween Photo Hunt (like a classic scavenger hunt, but with digital pics)
- Haunting PhotoAWeek Challenge (pending)
- Haunting Photos Gallery
Fair warning: I’m returning to regular blogging after a long hiatus. I haven’t quite got the hang of it yet. My posting schedule is off, and things might be a little messy if you wander around long enough.