Here’s the image for this week’s challenge. It’s by Josef Chelmonski but I can’t find the reference on Wiki.
What is happening? Are these birds or prehistoric flying reptiles? Are we in a dream, a fog, a war zone? Are they searching for carrion or are they on a more innocent mission? Is this a nightmare scene or one of peace? I leave you to describe it in 200 words or less. The theme, if you want one is
You have until next Wednesday to post the link to your story in the comments section below. The round up is Thursday, and the next theme on Friday. Happy writing!
26 thoughts on “Microfiction challenge #3: Shapes in the mist”
I had a little bit of fun with this one! As ever, all comments gratefully received.
What a cool painting!
Full of atmosphere, isn’t it? I just can’t decide which atmosphere…
Hi Jane, here is my coolly composed contribution…http://engleson.ca/?page_id=7602
Good weekend Jane. Here are my thoughts:
It’s not yet Wednesday! A bit behind usual, but submitted nonetheless! As always, I welcome and am grateful for all advice!
You’re not the only one who’s behind. I’ve been away and haven’t even got the poetry challenge sorted out yet!
Whew…I don’t feel so bad now!
Hi Jane , here’s my take
Oops! I’ve been so busy that I almost forgot to post this here!
And your critique is welcome.
Good thing you did. I probably wouldn’t remember to go looking for it 🙂
I coloured way outside the lines, lol. But I made it by Wednesday.
I pose some questions for you about my approach. I love constructive criticism so critique away.
Thanks for hosting this. I look forward to the round up and next picture.
I’m finding it just as difficult as you are to meet these deadlines, don’t worry 🙂
I think I got this in before the deadline. Comments welcome. Now I have to get back to work when what I really want to do is your poetry challenge. 🙂