What do you see # 139 – Sneak Peak


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What do you see # 138 – The Escape


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What do you see # 137 – Beyond the Gate


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#Writephoto – Six Feet Under


Bucket – Image by KL Caley
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#Writephoto – The Good Daughter


Well – Image by KL Caley
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#Writephoto – The Magical Garden


Open – Image by KL Caley
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#Writephoto – Mix and Mash of Old Tales


Door – Image by KL Caley
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Friday Fictioneers: Unfinished Business


PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson
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Friday Fictioneers: Overworked


PHOTO PROMPT © David Stewart
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#Writephoto – The Spy Behind the Blue Door


Fairy – Image by KL Caley
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Friday Fictioneers: The Old Days


PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot
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#Writephoto – The Dress


Dress – Image by KL Caley
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What do you see # 126 – Scene


Photo by John Noonan on Unsplash
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#Writephoto – Exploration of Downstairs


Descend – Image by KL Caley
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What do you see # 125 – Birthplace


Photo by Sean Boyd on Unsplash
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What do you see # 123 – Picture Day


Photo by Houcine Ncib on Unsplash

She never liked Picture Day at school. It’s been the day when her mother made her put on all sort of wacky costumes. “It’s for the sake of the memory,” her mother would say when the day came and she whined about the ridiculousness of the costume.

“Why can’t I have a stinkin’ life?” She muttered as she walked home the day before this year’s Picture Day. “If I did have a life, I can stay with friends for the night and I won’t be forced into mom’s costume each year.”

She remembered the previous year when her mother made her wear an 18th Century dress and carry a giant protractor and triangle so everyone would know she’s in the geeky Math Club. She shuttered at the thought.

She stopped walking before realizing she was in front of her home, her hands clenched in fists. “This year, I will stand up for myself. No more ridiculous costumes. No more picture memories.”

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What do you see # 122 – What the Hell Happened?


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#Writephoto – Sparks Fly


Bridge – Image by KL Caley
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What do you see # 122 – New Life


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I don’t know what I expected when I signed that waiver form. My life was over anyway. The doctors gave me a maximum of two weeks, that’s if my body behaved. Then another doctor, who called himself “the Scientist” showed up, offered to give me a new life, all I had to do was give him my old life.

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#Writephoto – At Last Reunited


Boats – Image by KL Caley

Trevor has been coming to this side of the docks every day for the last year, always hoping he would spot her boat but deep down, he knew she’s never coming back.

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What do you see # 121 – Awkward


I decided to give this writing prompt (What do you see) a go this week, hope you like the story.

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Friday Fictioneers: No Good


PHOTO PROMPT © Penny Gadd

“I’m telling you, he isn’t a good man.” Her sister’s words came echoing in her brain as she crouched lower behind the shrubs. Despite the roaring river beside her, all she could hear was her heart’s thump of terror.

“Oh Val, where are you?” Her boyfriend sing-songed, cracking his knuckles. “Come out and play. You know you want to.”

Val gulped, pondering whether she should jump into the swift water and get it over with. It was then she heard a loud wham and a dull thud. “Val,” came her sister’s voice. “What did I tell ya? He’s no good.”

(100 words)

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Friday Fictioneers: The Man Who Wanted to Fly


PHOTO PROMPT -Brenda Cox

“He tried to fly before he could ride a bike.” The homeless old man said.

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