Weekly Photo Challenge: Split-Second Story

Weekly Photo Challenge: Split-Second Story

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A group of teens chilling out on the stairs a of public transport station, watching trams go by. Will their story have a happy ending? In response to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Split-Second Story.

27 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Split-Second Story

        1. Hubby is funny, he keeps on shooting me when I’m shooting. Well, at least I have photos of myself to post! In this particular pic he was demonstrating how silly it was to crouch in my nice clothes in a forest only to make a macro picture of something I already forgot… Exhaustive explanation, right πŸ˜‰

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          1. Haha πŸ˜€ Yes, indeed, we were exchanging compliments about each other’s pussy cats the other day… Perfectly innocent courting before we are married.

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    1. Ohh, thank you, most of the day I spent recovering from your compliments by rocking to and fro in the corner, and now I think I’ll need to retire there again. You’re too good.

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        1. Ooohh, I’ve been reblogged… πŸ™‚ I may or may not be impressed by myself. Just joking. I love that you reblogged the picture with a writing prompt.

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          1. In a more official way? With *drumroll*? πŸ˜‰ I’m honoured to be reblogged, especially because I know you are a person of eclectic taste and I enjoy your reblogs and retweets.

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  1. I agree that this is a great writing prompt. Not only is it a split second story of them as a group, but each of those teens has a story as well… Excellent catch ms mara!

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    1. Thank you! A compliment from a fellow artist, yay πŸ˜‰ Except I’m no artist obviously. It was a lucky catch, to get those young things in a picture so nicely together and the tram just passing by…

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