Weekly Photo Challenge – Grid: We often superimpose a mental grid over things we photograph to help with composition. This week, let’s go literal.
I’m not entirely sure this actually qualifies as a literal grid. I spent my weekend writing a story for the flash fiction contest (48 hours to produce a 1000 word story based on assigned prompts), unpacking boxes, and playing with my kids. I couldn’t even stand to look at my computer last night,, must less type one more word, to prepare this ahead of time. My brain is still a little mushy today.
Downtown St. Louis from the top of the Arch
As soon as I can, I’ll post my second contest submission to the contest for your thoughts and feedback. I received suspense as my genre, a diamond mine as my location, and a toy car as my object. Title: The Day My Earth Quaked. Synopsis: Julia gets trapped in a tunnel of an abandoned diamond mine while trying to use social media to save a suicidal friend living across the country.
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