I’m jumping onto the Photo A Day craze for August. There’s a word to inspire a photo for each day of the month. Follow it on twitter or instagram: #photoadayaug, and see my expanding album of August photos here.
Here’s Day 1 – “Outside”.
I’m not sure how the crates got in the tree, but it’s been intriguing me since they appeared a week or so ago. Another shot I took I thought was more nicely framed, but this one had the plane in it.
In the fine tradition of Friday Flash Fiction, I’m going to share some old and new super short pieces periodically. This was written earlier this year for a competition
“You don’t need an architect to do THAT!”
I was trying to be polite. It was a rather sad looking caravan. It looked like it had run a marathon and collapsed in the middle of the front lawn. This was not what I expected to see when responding to a request to “design a renovation of our retirement home”.
“It’s very simple”, said my potential client. “Everyone else we’ve talked to has said we’re mad.”
Curiosity got the better of me.
“Well, I can’t promise anything at this stage. What have you got in mind?”
Sometimes, there’s a fine line between grand vision and insanity, but not in
“And if we suspend the treadmill from the ceiling, we can lower it to the
floor somehow when it’s time for a workout.”
The treadmill lurked beside an old BBQ, partly overgrown by unmowed
“So, what’s your budget?”