Tag Archives: Sunday Photo Fiction

Swept Under the Carpet

Photo Credit: C.E. Ayr As he swept the debris into a huge pile, Maxime prayed fervently that he would be able to dispose off the body safely before the Inspector came in. Was that a foot showing from underneath the … Continue reading

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The Dollhouse

Photo prompt courtesy Susan Spaulding Connie ushered Natalie inside the small cottage, and exclaimed cheerfully, “See, isn’t this just perfect?” Seeing no response from Natalie, Connie continued, “It’s a bit of a tight fit, but I’m sure you’ll be extremely … Continue reading

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The Trappings of Success

Photo prompt courtesy ME! I’d thought a tiny village on an island in the Atlantic was remote enough for me to stay hidden from their hawk-like eyes. I’d thought wrong. I had no idea what I had done to reappear … Continue reading

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Sharks in the Water

“Aaaah, I so needed this,” Nancy said lazily, as she adjusted her posture to get more horizontal. Her husband Brad just sighed in agreement. He was already lying almost straight on his back, and did not wish to waste any … Continue reading

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As the Saying Goes

The Grass House was Frederick Lipstein’s labour of love, marking his retirement after five successful decades as an artist, an iconoclast (as he called himself) or a mad genius (as everyone else called him). As Frederick was quoted in the … Continue reading

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The Perils of Cycling

Cycling long distances, especially on rough, hilly terrains can be a perilous exercise indeed, as Jean Pierre was discovering to his chagrin. Photo Credit: C.E. Ayr The first major challenge, of course, is the call of nature, and when and … Continue reading

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The Fall

Ralph stared unblinkingly at the T-shirt on the wall, along with photos of him and his brother, Waldo. Photo prompt courtesy Susan Spaulding Both of them had been big fans of Maradona, but Waldo’s love for the great footballer bordered … Continue reading

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