Ghost on Nancy Hanks Laid At Last (What Pegman Saw)

Happy Saturday Readers,  Joining in with What Pegman Saw, which brings us to the Florida Keys for this week’s challenge. Here is the photo prompt for today’s fiction: _ Ghost Laid At Last (fiction word count: 150) .. “It’s all in your mind. You see what you expect to see,” Edward replied as flames grew higher, … More Ghost on Nancy Hanks Laid At Last (What Pegman Saw)

Van Gogh’s Potato Eaters Painting on a Potato Farm in Manitoba, Canada(What Pegman Saw)

Happy Saturday Readers,  Joining in with What Pegman Saw fiction challenge, which brings us to Manitoba, Canada Here is the photo prompt for today’s 150-word fiction: _ Reminder – this is FICTION _ Potato Eaters Painting on a Potato Farm (fiction word count: 150) .. Janet, I’m soon to depart this world. Need to confess. You … More Van Gogh’s Potato Eaters Painting on a Potato Farm in Manitoba, Canada(What Pegman Saw)

Stopped Complaining (What Pegman Saw in Loxton, South Australia)

  Joining in with What Pegman Saw fiction challenge, which brings us this week to Loxton in the Riverland region of South Australia. Here is the photo prompt for today’s 150-word fiction: _   Today’s 150-word fiction was inspired by the above photo and this little snippet: “Loxton is a town on the River Murray with a population … More Stopped Complaining (What Pegman Saw in Loxton, South Australia)

Small Leaders Need Others to be Small (What Pegman Saw in Portsmouth, UK)

  Joining in with What Pegman Saw fiction challenge, which brings us to Portsmouth Harbor in the United Kingdom this week.  Here is the photo prompt for today’s 150-word fiction:   _   Small Leaders Need Others to be Small (fiction word count: 150) . Small leaders need others to be small when D. was demoted he then … More Small Leaders Need Others to be Small (What Pegman Saw in Portsmouth, UK)

 Medvedev’s Interior (What Pegman Saw in the Ukraine)

This week Pegman takes us to Pripyat, Ukraine. The challenge is to write up to 150 words inspired by the location. From wiki: “Pripyat is a ghost town in northern Ukraine, near the Ukraine-Belarus border. Named after the nearby Pripyat River, Pripyat was founded on 4 February 1970, as the ninth nuclear city in the Soviet Union. … More  Medvedev’s Interior (What Pegman Saw in the Ukraine)