Happy writing my friends...I didn't make it all the way around last week...but this week I shall!
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Shame you couldn't complete the rounds last week.
Oh hahahah this was a fun one Tess! Cheers!
I was all set to dismiss this photo as a tiresome steam-punk jape. That's how jaded I am.And I wanted to prove, to myself at least, that it was a fake.Well, it seems my curiosity ended up getting the better of me this time, because this daguerrotype is very real, ca 1850. Portrait of a blind man holding a cat.
well I'll be dmnd! Thanks for doing this research. Makes me wonder what HIS story was!
Yes...it's a real tintype...and one of my favorites...
So cool! Thanks Tess for bringing the history to this prompt ...again :)xx
I decided to assume it was from the 1960's for my drabble...
interesting pic...reminds me of a guy i met over the holiday weekend....
after long time writing a mag...enjoy everyone :-)
Just a 'quickie' this week, Tess.
Enjoyed the challenge on this one - put me in mind of a bloke I met in London, who was my sister's best mate at the time.
Done..it was another quickie and am so thankful for pictures that makes the ideas flow quickly!
i couldnt do the last one .... was not in town.. and this time too it seems im a bit late ... but i hope you like it!! :)
Good early morning. Mine is up. Can't believe I missed so many weeks!
An inspiring photograph, to be sure.
Thanks to Narrator for pointing me your way and thanks for the challenge!
Oh I like this hunk of a man, seriously. It's like peering into a love, sadly gone bye-bye.
This time it took me 3 days to write for Sunday's prompt. It gave me some problems deciding what to write. Have a good write my freinds!
Now that was some tough cookie - I was ages thinking of an idea and it came after a few beers last night. Looking forward to seeing my friends' efforts in the group.
Great prompt I look forward to reading everyone's interpretations..
My computer has risen from the ashes. Thanks for the pleasure of your prompts.