Mini Saga n.12 — 23:23

Burning Candles

23:23, I knock at the door. The instructions were clear.
I knock again, this time it opens, I step inside. No sound, but the clicking of my heels on the hard floor.
Hundreds of candles burning, a mattress on the floor, a sleeping shape. I get close.
It's me.

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Mini sagas are short, self-contained stories, of exactly 50 words. I’m using them as a way to practise storytelling. Sometimes inspired by a photograph, other times they are the inspiration for images, to complement the stories.

Mini Saga n.11 — Spare Parts

Dolls

On a foggy morning while walking through the old town, I came upon a strange shop.
Filled with curiosity, I peaked through the glass door. 
Inside two men, busy at work. One held a body-less head, the other, a leg.
When they finally looked up, I screamed and ran. 

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Mini sagas are short, self-contained stories, of exactly 50 words. I’m using them as a way to practise storytelling. Sometimes inspired by a photograph, other times they are the inspiration for images, to complement the stories.

A Year in Pictures: 2014

A year in photos - you and me

A year in photos - at the pub after a long walk

A year in photos - feet in the grass

A year in photos - boat trip

A year in photos - breakfast at home

A year in photos - writing

A year in photos - on the train

A year in photos - tate modern

A year in photos - drawing on my sketchbook

A year in photos - in Paros

A year in photos - writing at cafe

A year in photos - cozy in a pub in Settle

Judging from the photos taken during the year, this is what I have been up to:

Happy New Year!

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Mini Saga n.10 — The Sitting Giant

The thinking giant

Mr Giant ate his lunch — a ham and pickle sandwich with milky tea — standing on Oxford Circus. 
He couldn't find a seat to fit his frame. And by now his feet were killing him.
As he moved on a side road to lose the crowd, he spotted the perfect place.

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Mini sagas are short, self-contained stories, of exactly 50 words. I’m using them as a way to practise storytelling. Sometimes inspired by a photograph, other times they are the inspiration for images, to complement the stories.