My entry to this week’s One Word Photo Challenge – Frame.
Every year in the UK there is a short window of opportunity to enjoy the splendour of a Bluebell carpet.
I lived in Switzerland for over 35 years, and never saw any Bluebells, so imagine my joy of coming back to the UK a few years ago. Of course I made sure of visiting the woods!
This is my entry to this week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge.
It’s a weekday morning.
I knock our wedding photo to the carpet in my rush to silence the alarm.
We struggle for a place in the bathroom and race to be first to use the toilet.
Then, downstairs, a gulp of tepid coffee.
Occasional glances, quick smiles, no time for toast or conversation.
Then we’re off!
Different bus stops to different offices.
“I’ve a surprise for u this evening”
The day is sluggish.
The more I think about my surprise, the longer the minute hand takes to reach quitting time.
My colleagues seem hell bent on detaining me but I manage to escape to the bus.
She texts again.
“I hope ur not late. I’m waiting”
I jump off the moving bus and scamper home.
When I open the door a grunting alien greets me.
“Not what I’ve been fantasising about all day hun.”
Slimy dangly tentacles quiver as it nods its head.
It’s a cheap costume but I follow it upstairs to the bedroom.
Muffled giggles from within as we fall towards the bed.
I reach out to pull off the mask.
My heart sinks as I realise it’s not a mask.
Sunday Photo Fiction is back on my blog again. Time to regain my writing habits.
The challenge word this week’s One Word Photo Challenge is Fox.
I looked everywhere but couldn’t find a photo I took of a Fox ,so I’m just displaying my foxy humour with a few more or less pertinent photos.
I hope you enjoy!
Well after a rather lengthy pause, I’m easing back into my regular schedule. In between times I lost my Mum and went on two lengthy but enjoyable trips.
This has nothing to do with this week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge however which is – Heritage.
The photo illustrates a Maori heritage on a wooden sculpture in Rotorua, New Zealand.
Well, I’m off on holiday (again), so I prepared this in advance!
I wanted to portray images that evoke movement or a dramatic sense.
Herer is my interpretation of this week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge – It’s Easy being Green.