This week’s photo challenge is the theme of ‘Threes‘ in which we have to tell a story using three photos. Here’s what the Daily Post suggested:
To create a three-picture story, gather:
- An establishing shot: a broad photo of your subject.
- A relationship: two elements interacting with one another.
- A detail: a close-up of one part of your subject.
Thus, today I’m going to show you a story about… a hidden murder mystery!
It all happened in my friend’s cosy kitchen, where we were preparing some delicious Mauritian Napolitaine biscuits…
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They picture it and I write; here’s this week’s Picture it & Write:
Suddenly she burst out of the room.
She had known it all along. Her boss was an evil monster. She had seen him, his face vehemently changing into a disgusting greyish weird shape, while his nose and eyebrows had seemed to melt and his teeth falling off…
Continue reading “The Writer-Wolf”
The ‘Unpredicted’ series finally continues (sorry to have kept you in the waiting room all these days!) with this Picture it & Write:
My mother used to tell me that I got my name from my great grandmother, Clare. I also got her watch.
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This post is inspired by Picture it & Write #32 – which comes from a series of weekly challenges hosted by Ermilia’s Blog.
I believe that the eye is the most mysterious organ of our body. Not in the biological – all scientific – way of seeing it but in a deeper way… spiritual? I don’t know the right word, but what I know is that I believe in the saying that goes: “The eyes are the windows to the soul.” We can perceive so many things about a person just by looking into their eyes. The eyes reflect our deepest emotions although our face struggles not to.
Continue reading “Your Eyes… And Mine”