I see the world
Until the world I see
Looks nothing like
The world that is
Which world is the better
I cannot say
I can only see the one
Near Mexican Hat
Utah, United States of America
Taken during travels, 1996
Last week we explored what is Obscured This week? Take a deep look into perception, or find some other theme or insight in this photograph of a colourful sky lens focussing in on rock mittens in the Utah desert.
The Pic and a Word Challenge is a weekly creativity prompt offered Sunday mornings.
Each week I provide a photograph of mine along with a single word. The challenge? Use the pic and/or word as points of inspiration to create something — a photograph, a painting, prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, longread or just a few words. You are welcome to use these two elements (photograph and word) literally, thematically or metaphorically. If you create both images and words, all the better.
- Use any title you like
- Your response can be words and/or an image
- You may use my image in your post, or any image you have created
- Place the challenge’s Pic (if you use it for inspiration) and Word prominently in your post
- Mention that you are responding to the Pic and a Word Challenge
- Add a link to this post in your response
To help us find your response, you can also:
- Add a comment on this post to announce your response
- Apply the tag “Pic and a Word Challenge” to your post
The word for last week’s Pic and a Word Challenge #49 was Obscured, along with this photograph of of an overgrown section of the White Lakes Trail, a bike path through the White Lake Grassland Reserve in Okanagan Falls, British Columbia, Canada.
Two lovely responses this week. Thank you, Jennifer & CJ! =)
View all the Pic and a Word Challenges on the Pic and a Word Challenge tag page.