Picture Prompts!

A handful of you might be aware that I’ve wanted a camera for a long, long time. I wanted the camera because photos make blog posts more attractive and articles about my city will more easily sell with photographs.

Last year for Christmas I was given the money for a camera. Unfortunately, it was in a check, and I managed to lose the check on my way to the bank to cash it. So I’ve spent the last year without the camera I was supposed to have, becoming increasingly irritated with my various friends and relatives who have been picking up new ones.

Then something amazing happened. I got a camera. It isn’t the best camera in the world. It’s only 10 megapixels and the shutter speed is nothing special. But it’s a camera, and I’m thrilled to finally be able to take pictures of all the beautiful things I see.

It wasn’t exactly a Christmas present, but it certainly felt like one. And it’s the best present I got this year.

So, in order to celebrate having a camera and to make sure I go out regularly and take pictures, I’ve decided to start doing weekly picture prompts. I’ve always enjoyed making use of picture prompts and I hope you’ll enjoy them as well.

Without further ado, here’s your first picture prompt of the year:

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Winter Wonderland

Please post the first sentence of your response in the comments.

About Dianna Gunn

Dianna Gunn is a freelance SEO writer with nine years of experience. She specializes in topics related to entrepreneurship, productivity, WordPress, and digital marketing. Contact her at diannalgunn@gmail.com to discuss your content needs.

Posted on January 11, 2013, in Prompts, Short Fiction, Writing and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Brianna Soloski

    My feet crunched through the snow as I followed my boyfriend down the path behind his house.

    • Brianna,

      Great sentence, might just be me but it feels a little ominous. Thanks for the thought and welcome to Dianna’s Writing Den. I hope you’ll stick around.

      ~Dianna

      • Funny you should say that. I had the same feeling. I might have to play around with that a little bit.

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