Tuesday, February 16, 2016

A Personal Challenge #2

To encourage myself to continue writing, to explore varied genres and emotional tones, I've decided to begin selecting disparate images every week. (Usually two, but sometimes more or less.) The goal is to concoct a short story which connects the images in some fashion and publish the tale on Friday; you are more than welcome to participate. 

This time we have three images:







And a little music...


14 comments:

  1. Interesting song, never heard it before. Love the images and can't wait to read the story that comes from them.

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    1. Thank you River; I don't think this is a widely known song, but it's one of my favourites from Robbie Robertson.

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  2. these images are very interesting ,hope the coming up story will also be enjoyable ,hope its not much late to say Happy valentine day

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    1. It is never too late to express good wishes. =)

      I hope you enjoy the story on Friday, welcome to the blog.

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  3. Can dance and prance some words up to those images haha

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    1. Believe it or not, I was (briefly) a fancy dancer in the very long ago.

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    1. I agree. It's a song I return to again and again.

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  5. Thank you for this beautiful sampling of Native American culture.

    Have a great week, my friend.

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    1. You have a great week as well, my friend.

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  6. Love those images. The second moppet in particular looks to be levitating...
    Since I am a musical moron I didn't expect to know the song. But, somewhere, it had crossed my path and left its haunting trail. Looking forward to seeing your creation.

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  7. I suspect you probably heard the song on my blog, I've used it before. The little girl you refer to is a young 'fancy' dancer; when their feet aren't a blur they often appear to levitate... it's a fast-paced dance.

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  8. Beautiful and powerful music. I'm sure you'll write a beautiful and powerful story inspired by the images.

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    1. Mitchell, thank you... I'll certainly try.

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C'mon, be cranky and let 'er rip!