Good Wednesday morning, my Readers. Our esteemed leader, Rochelle, has offered up my picture this week. I’m beyond flattered. A few of you mentioned that you wanted a follow up of last week’s prompt, thing that I never do, partly because I’m not clever enough and it has never occurred to me to even do so, and mostly because this challenge is to create a stand-alone story in 100-words or less…
That said, this came to me and, though it stands alone (I hope) it can also be the next part (sorta).
Should you wish to read more stories generated from this image, please click on the blue frog below. Better yet, write your own 100-word story and add your link, then read others 😉
The Big Picture
She came to, befuddled, wondering how she ended up beside this small waterfall. The last thing she remembered was leaning in to take a picture.
Where was her camera? She rarely went anywhere without it.
Sitting on the bank, watching the water cascade over the rocks, she tried to piece together the last, what? How much time had passed?
She heard a voice but could not discern where it came from.
“You must stop looking at life simply through a camera lens. You’re missing the big picture as you zoom in on the little bits. Back up, you’ll see more.”