A Great Source for Photo Prompts

Roka Walsh posts a compelling new photo every day on her wonderful blog Stories Without Words, and invites readers to “tell a story…pen a poem…write an essay…sing a song…create a title or caption” inspired by the image. She also offers interviews with the photographers and writers who contribute their work to round out her creatively stimulating blog. Check it out, scroll down and find a picture you’re drawn to, then write something inspired!

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2 Responses to “A Great Source for Photo Prompts”


  1. 1 K a b l o o e y January 26, 2010 at 8:09 pm

    Nice shots. And clicking around, I found the Peaches by Plums blog — what a lovely layout. I like it and don’t see too many I do like. You always find such cool pictures.


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