Today’s #PictureOfTheDay and #writingprompt: 09/Sept/21

Pictures for your entertainment, joy, and, if you like, to inspire you to create something with words or images. Whether that’s a poem, story, play, novel, memory, essay, painting, drawing, sculpture, or another photograph is up to you. But please don’t feel obliged: you can simply enjoy the pictures. I’ve deliberately left the image untitled to avoid directing anyone. But, if you feel the need to know, the original with its title is here on my Picfair site.

If you use the pictorial prompt, I’d love to know. You’re welcome to post a link to your work in the comments section, or the work itself, if you wish. If you use my image in your own work, please credit me in the form of a link to this post. That way, more people will see both our creations.

The idea here is to have fun and get our work known as widely as possible.

From time to time, I’ll include something I’ve written, inspired by the image.
If you want to see more of my pictures, you’ll find some in my Gallery and more beyond.            

11 thoughts on “Today’s #PictureOfTheDay and #writingprompt: 09/Sept/21

    1. No need for imagination regarding the weather for this one for us, Brenda. The wind remained more or less all the week we stayed here, varying only in strength from strong to wild! But we also saw sunshine and even felt some warmth from time to time!

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  2. I’m going to a pot-shot, and see if I can name the location of this photo. I think it’s of St. Michaels Mount near the site of King Arthurs Castle Tintagel. If this photo is of that location Noel should know it’s very, very windy there. So windy it will blow you off your feet.

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    1. We were able to walk this stretch on more than one occasion during our week there, Noelle. I think we saw almost every type of weather, except snow! This shot was shortly after a rain storm had retreated. We were wet but happy.

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        1. I did exactly that, Lynette. Good job Valerie was by my side, hand in hand, or there were times when my eyes seeking views to capture would’ve directed me down those cliffs!

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