So here we have the picture for this month, I call it The Sphere. (That certainly requires a leap of logic doesn’t it?)
I thought for this month I’d try something considerably less emotionally charged than the last two. It’s quite easy to work from concepts like “sad” or “creepy” but this is just a curious inanimate object, what will your fevered brains make of this? The picture itself is one that I either took or was standing next to the person who did, I cannot quite recall which. I won’t tell you where it was taken, although I suspect some of you readers will instantly recognize it. For those who don’t have the foggiest I don’t want to taint your perceptions with piddly little things like “the truth” or boring old, musty things like “facts” they just get in the way of good old-fashioned writing.
So with the picture at hand let’s spin up the word lathes, set the paragraph saw a-thrumming and stalk out into the workshop of glorious fiction.
Ali George – A story I think is best describes as “time travel shenanigans”
Andrew Blair – Trans-temporal sport based shenanigans.
The Rogue Verbumancer – It is not dead, but sleeping…
The original blog post responsible for spawning this rampant frivolity can be found here: November’s Pictonaut Challenge and the post where the entries were originally collated, here: The Sphere
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