#PictureOfTheDay and #writingprompt: 23/Nov/21

Pictures to inspire words and images. Perhaps a poem, painting, story, play, novel, drawing, memoire, essay, sculpture, or a new photograph? Up to you. Or just enjoy the pictures. My images are untitled to avoid direction. But, if you want it, the title, not always helpful, is here.

Using the prompt? Post a link to your work, or the work itself, in the comments section, if you wish. If you post elsewhere, please link to this post, so more people see both our creations.

Get those creative juices flowing and have some fun.

Occasionally, inspired by the image, I’ll write here:

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11 thoughts on “#PictureOfTheDay and #writingprompt: 23/Nov/21

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    1. It’s the end of the lower of two valleys that link to each other with a forest road between them, Lynette. One of our favourite walks, but one that involves a good deal of climbing. Always worth the effort. In the space between the end of this valley and the rise opposite is the stream that is enclosed to house our beavers.

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    1. Cloudy here, too, Brenda. And getting colder, too. Spent the morning in the garden starting the job of reducing the height of our sycamore tree that threatens to get caught in the overhead power lines; a tough job that I need to tackle in stages. One large branch removed and reduced to pieces small enough to go into the ‘Green’ recycling bin!


    2. I’ve only been to Sherwood Forest once, Noelle, but I remember it as mostly flat, which is certainly not a description of the Forest of Dean! I wonder if that film, ‘Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves’ gave many viewers a false picture of the real place. It depicted parts of the land around Hadrian’s Wall (lies between Scotland and England), and some shots taken in north Yorkshire, a very hilly part of the country, and had the hero travel from the Hadrian’s Wall location to the supposed forest, a distance of around 200 miles, on horseback, in the course of a day! Still, that’s Hollywood, I guess.

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        1. If I do, they’ll be among my 10,000 B & W film negatives, Noelle. It’s that long since I was there! And I no longer have the means to print from film stock, even if I could locate the pictures. In those days, I stored negatives in ring binders with special plastic sheets to take each set of 6 pics, but no sensible way of filing them! Sorry.


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