My entry for this week’s Lens-Artist Photo Challenge is a magical world of tiny creatures living behind these doors or in this little park in Lymington.
Confused and alone
The fading lights of the train
She arraived too late
To find out more about this year’s photo challenge on Travel Words blog, please read this post.
This month’s colours are White or Silver and here is my entry.
Seeing this picture in my READER, I just couldn’t resist, so I am entering my short story for the Photo Challenge #370 based on the photo provided below.
Green Peas Sprout
‘Are you serious?!’
I couldn’t believe my eyes, entering Jay’s studio.
‘I mean, I know you want to get their attention, but isn’t this a bit too much?’
‘Look, honey. They either going to notice me and our message for them, or I am giving up!’
Jay was performing his new ‘costume’ and posture for the G7 Summit in Cornwall, knowing the greatest world’s leaders will attend. He just felt, this is his big chance to express his point of view on global warming issue and the effect on greenhouse gases on earth’s temperature.
As a member of the Green Peace Organisation, he felt, he has to be very proactive right now.
‘Jay, honey, I love your passion for the nature and the earth. You did already so much with your friends, all those marching in streets and signing petitions, but this time… You are going to show your ass… I mean, your bottom to that crowd out there.’
‘You keep repeating, it looks sexy. Don’t worry, no one can touch, what belongs to you!’
‘Really funny. I just hope, your friends are going to support you as always.
Leaving his studio, I looked at him again and seeing, what probably supposed to be covered more properly couldn’t resist to say:
‘Bay the way, I love the posture of the green peas sprout. Good luck!’
We also have only one word in Slovakia for the shade/shadow word and here is my entry for this challenge.