Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 45 – Reblog From Jen Goldie(J.E. Goldie Writes)

Our next entry for Week 45 comes from Jen Goldie(J.E. Goldie Writes).

Jen’s entry for Week 45, is wonderful short story of the brief and poignant interaction between the bench and an old man walking in the park.

The title of the piece isThe Lonely Bench.

Thanks again so much to Jen for gracing us for Week 45. Be sure to check her blog and her work out.

The next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for Tuesday, April 27.

Love to have you participate.

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Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 45 – Reblog From Paula Light(Light Motifs II)

Our third entry in for Week 45 comes from Paula Light(Light Motifs II)

Paula has been a contributor several times in the past to “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” and we’re exceedingly thrilled and honoured that she was. Paula always has sent us such profound and poignant work.

Paula never fails to deliver something or take you down a road to a place you weren’t expecting to end up.

This time is no different. Not wanting to give anything away, just simply go and read her short story.

Her entry for Week 45 is entitled “Our Spot”

Thanks again so much to Paula for gracing us for Week 45. Be sure to check her blog and her work out. Sure fire good stuff.

The next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” and our first for February is scheduled for Tuesday, April 27.

Love to have you participate.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 45 – Reblog From June Ann(jaquintinwriter)

Our second post for Week 45 post comes to us from a someone new to the prompt – June Ann(jaquintinwriter).

June Ann, gives us a short, yet wonderful poem about sitting with a close friend in a park on this bench.

Often we need to special friend just to sit with us; hold our hand and chit-chat.

You can check out her entry here.

Thanks June Ann for taking part. Hope to see you back real soon.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, April 27.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 45 – Reblog From Sadje

Our first post for Week 45 post comes to us from Sadje.

As I’ve mentioned before, Sadje always send us top notch poetry or short works of prose for our “Tuesday Prompts.”

This week, Sadje leaves us with a poem as to why the parks and benches are empty. A wise and prudent commentary on what is happening within the world today.

You can check out her entry here.

Thanks Sadje for taking part again this week. Your poem highlights what many throughout the world are currently experiencing.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, April 27.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 44 – Reblog From Sadje

Our first post for Week 44 post comes to us from Sadje.

As I’ve mentioned before, Sadje always send us top notch poetry or short works of prose for our “Tuesday Prompts.”

Once again, Sadje leaves us with a short prose piece on what transpires after someone finds a discarded mask at the edge of a forest.

You can check out her entry here.

Thanks Sadje for taking part again this week. Your short story is very intriguing.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, April 27.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt – Week 45

Third week of April and things are as they should be.

Nevertheless, it is Tuesday and that means “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt.”

Art(including pictures and images) should evoke an emotional response in those who are viewing them. That’s why art can leave such a long-lasting and poignant imprint within the depths of our psyche

Your challenge or writing prompt is this:

  • what emotions or feelings get evoked or aroused in you when you look at this photograph taken by Lynn

Remember, the goal isn’t necessarily to tell me and others exactly what the picture is.

The creative goal for all of us is “what does the picture evoke in you; what emotion; feeling; memory or whatever it may be – what does it arouse in you and to share it that with others.

Our Week 45 picture is pretty much as it appears. Although, perhaps not the most dramatic in terms of subject matter, I thought the picture as it looks, has a wealth of potential and could literally go in a thousand different directions.

A few points to help along the way:

  • write a post on your own blog and create a pingback to link back to the original post(this one)
  • I’ll reblog your post on my blog when I get the notification
  • write an original story; perhaps your own thoughts; maybe some poetry or even a simply one word response. Maybe even post that says “it does nothing; means nothing”
  • regardless, whatever you write must encapsulate the emotion or feeling evoked or aroused in you from the picture
  • no limit on the length(I guess)
  • keep it a “family friendly” as possible(not looking to delete or not approve stuff)

Be sure to tag your responses with:

#lynntuesdaypictureprompt or

#ltpp

Looking forward to your thoughts!

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 43 – Reblog From Jen Goldie(J.E. Goldie Writes)

Our third entry for Week 42 comes from Jen Goldie(J.E. Goldie Writes).

Jen’s entry for Week 43, is wonderful look at the history of the “inukshuk” that she originally did back in July 2020 entitledINUKSHUK.

It provides a well-documented and rich look into the history of the inukshuk and Inuit peoples of northern Canada.

Thanks again so much to Jen for gracing us for Week 43. Be sure to check her blog and her work out.

The next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for Tuesday, April 20.

Love to have you participate.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 43 – Reblog From The Bag Lady(rugby843)

Our next submission for our Week 43 prompt, comes from someone who joined us on several occasions in the past – The Bag Lady.

She gives a short one-sentence fun look at the picture.

You can check out the post here.

Thanks to The Bag Lady(rugby843) taking part this week. We hope that you’ll bless us again in the future.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, April 20.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 43 – Reblog From Sadje

Our second post for Week 43 post comes to us from Sadje.

As I’ve mentioned before, Sadje always send us top notch poetry or short works of prose for our “Tuesday Prompts.”

This week, Sadje leaves us with a short prose piece on what a trip to Canada and discovering “Inukshuks” might mean to someone.

You can check out her entry here.

Thanks Sadje for taking part again this week. Your poem is so poignant and strong.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, April 20.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt – Week 44

We’re now into the second week of April and as the saying goes – “spring is well on it’s way.”

Nevertheless, it is Tuesday and that means “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt.”

Art(including pictures and images) should evoke an emotional response in those who are viewing them. That’s why art can leave such a long-lasting and poignant imprint within the depths of our psyche

Your challenge or writing prompt is this:

  • what emotions or feelings get evoked or aroused in you when you look at this photograph taken by Lynn

Remember, the goal isn’t necessarily to tell me and others exactly what the picture is.

The creative goal for all of us is “what does the picture evoke in you; what emotion; feeling; memory or whatever it may be – what does it arouse in you and to share it that with others.

Our Week 44 picture is pretty much as it looks. A disposable masks tossed into a snowbank. Over the past year, we’ve literally come across hundreds, if not thousands of these types of masks simply discarded and tossed into trees and bushes or dropped on the ground.

Even in some pretty challenging places to get into, we’ve found at least a mask or two or three.

It appears that disposable masks are the new take-out coffee cups and cigarette butts of trash.

A few points to help along the way:

  • write a post on your own blog and create a pingback to link back to the original post(this one)
  • I’ll reblog your post on my blog when I get the notification
  • write an original story; perhaps your own thoughts; maybe some poetry or even a simply one word response. Maybe even post that says “it does nothing; means nothing”
  • regardless, whatever you write must encapsulate the emotion or feeling evoked or aroused in you from the picture
  • no limit on the length(I guess)
  • keep it a “family friendly” as possible(not looking to delete or not approve stuff)

Be sure to tag your responses with:

#lynntuesdaypictureprompt or

#ltpp

Looking forward to your thoughts!

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —