Single Frame Stories, is telling a story in a single frame.
Each Saturday we’ll offer a new word or phrase for a prompt.
Participants will each create a Single Frame Story based on the prompt
of the week, consisting of a single image with up to 140 optional
characters of text. The image can be a photo, screen shot, drawing or
painting. The text can be integrated into the image or used as a caption
This week, the prompt is "A Shot in the Dark"... I think A Shop in the Dark would be so much easier...
I shot my heart into the dark, I didn't need it any more, I was told it landed in a park, somewhere over in Gor.
“When you light a candle, you also cast a shadow.”
Ursula K. Le Guin