Sunday Scrawl #1

For a long time now, my two main hobbies have been writing short stories and taking lots of photographs. It therefore makes perfect sense to me to start a photo prompt challenge of my own. Here are the rules:

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  1. Below, you will find this week’s photo prompt!
  2. Responses to the prompt can vary from prose/poetry writing to more photographs – there are no limits and no word counts.
  3. There are no tangible prizes for this challenge, but I will be reblogging the top entries!
  4. Feel free to use the photo below or the “Sunday Scrawl” icon to illustrate your responses (although I’d love to see some of your own illustrations, too)!
  5. Please remember to include a pingback to this post in your response.
  6. To enter, click on the blue froggy link at the bottom of this page!


You can view my response to the prompt here.


29 thoughts on “Sunday Scrawl #1

  1. neeltheauthor says:

    Thanks a tonne for starting this wonderful writing challenge. I am glad this doesn’t have a word limit a i was looking for one where i could write my longer stories, possibly a novella.
    Hi, dear fellow writers and readers.
    Let’s make it a point to write and read and comment on each and every single submission so as to make this into a very lively and productive exercise. Thanks, Neel.
    Here’s my contribution.

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    • A Writer's Beginning says:

      Thanks so much for taking part this week! I agree; pretty much all of the prompt challenges that I’ve been involved in seem to have very small word limits, from 100 words to 200, which can be very limiting as a writer! I’m glad you can make use of it! πŸ™‚


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