1,2,3…… and here we reach 100..
100 is not a great achievement, when I see the stalwarts on Wordpress attracting a horde of writers every week. But, I take immense pride in reaching here.
When I started, I had planned 10 challenges. I did not have more ideas at that point of time, and I lacked confidence that the galaxy of writers here would care to explore this space. At one point, I even made an announcement about discontinuing the Exploration Challenge. But, it had become an inner need, an addiction for me, and I continued.
It has been a roll since then. The Challenge drew writers from different backgrounds with distinct writing styles, the brilliance scattered on the blog dazzled, and ideas kept flowing. There was no inhibition about sharing personal stories or insights. Sharing created bonds. Sharing gave new insights into common premises of thought processes. I’ve never felt parched after that.
Thank you, one and all, for being here …
Just to mark the centenary, I give a link to my work shared on Issuu. It is a compilation of WordPress archives.
connects to challenges that
tomorrow will bring
So, here we are with this week’s prompt…
The limitation this week is 100 words, though there is no restriction on the format. It can be prose, poetry, essay, reflections, reminiscences, anecdotes or anything you deem worth sharing.
What does this image invoke in you?
The picture shows the number One, followed by the Infinity Symbol.
Let the creativity flow. I await with baited breath.
LAST WEEK’S CAPTIONS
Searching for the Invisible People in Our Society
Susi Bocks ( http://susibocks.wordpress.com/ )says
“Oh, darling, don’t you love it when it’s an audience participation piece? Shame they are only catching us from the backside though.”
I think what’s missing is the big picture.
Jim Adams at
amazinggraceandspace (http://thebrokeninsideofme.wordpress.com/) says
Same view, different meanings
throughmyheartweb (http://throughmyheartweb.wordpress.com/) calls it
Frames of Life
hecblogger (http://amitagrawa.wordpress.com/ ) shares a kaleidoscope of insights
- Next time ask Louvre to send us some of their exhibits before we send out ours to them…
- … and in this one, we can only see my legs… we must buy you a selfie-stick, honey…
- indeed, the empty frames are unexposed negatives from his last roll… he was so fond of photography at such an early age… these are the last pictures he clicked of his parents …
- He would have turned 16 today
Michael’s perspective (http://summerstommy.wordpress.com/)
Bernie’s life reduced to a few images.
What of the blanks?
The things we’d rather forget.
vjknutson at (Not sure if she’s reading this. I wish her good health)
Reena Saxena’s take
Ramya Tantry’s take
“Photography as an abstract art – It doesn’t matter what it represents.What matters is how one interprets it and feels its beauty.”