Last month, the wonderful poet whom we all know as Hedgewitch, started a weekly Friday 55 at Verse Escape, in honour of its creator, Galen Hayes. We kept up the tradition here at the Imaginary Garden, but I feel it has moved to its rightful home.
In its place, I will now be offering a single image prompt on the first weekend of every month. The challenge is wide open.
by Thomas Eakins (1910)
Here is our first photograph: What could they possibly be hauling out of the ocean?
Oops! This posted a bit early. My apologies. I scheduled it weeks ago and must have made an error with the time. I guess it gives everyone time to let the picture sink in.
This is a good image.... I will get back with a poem very soon. Love that it posted early.
Thanks so much for the photo! I love the idea of letting a photo speak.
Thank you for the fabulous picture prompt, Kerry!💕 I found that it helped me ponder and the words came easily.
OOps. the wrong link posted. Could someone please remeove my link from #8. I swear, my puter is crazyfied lately.
Stared at the picture for what seemed like days. Got nothing. Found something ;)
@Toni: Don't worry I took care of it💕
Thanks for the lovely compliment Kerry. As you know, my muse is often hiding somewhere in the dark these days, but this is a compelling picture, indeed, and I will keep it in mind for the next time a fit of writing strikes. A great idea for a monthly challenge also--the link between the visual and the imagination is potent and alive.
Nice one, Kerry. Sometimes I have trouble with photo/image prompts but I shall challenge myself to try them!
As a late in the weekend poster, I was able to read everyone else's post to inform mine. Great work everyone, and Kerry thanks for providing the image that provided the inspirado!
At 18th place, I suppose I'm last.
Some dark turns in the entries I read. I took it a different way.
Hi guys! Sorry, I came in rather late. I've just posted mine. I look forward to reading 19 other works..yay!! :)
Love that it posted early.
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