DISCUSSION -- OCTOBER 2019 300-word Writing Challenge (#35)

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The latest 300-worder is up.

As always with the longer form, entries can be posted from the 10th of the month (in this case, October), but that does not mean that no-one can talk about the challenge until then.

And as ever, the image is only there to provide inspiration; your story does not have to reference it, even indirectly.
 

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And I love this Challenge, too (the 75 worder is great this month)! Wonderful photo, Alex Harford. Often, when I look at the Challenge photo, a story just pops into my head, but this one will require some nice, long autumn walks, I can just tell. Looking forward to reading the stories, starting on the 10th! CC
 

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And I love this Challenge, too (the 75 worder is great this month)! Wonderful photo, Alex Harford. Often, when I look at the Challenge photo, a story just pops into my head, but this one will require some nice, long autumn walks, I can just tell. Looking forward to reading the stories, starting on the 10th! CC
Thanks, but @dannymcg's is the only opinion I care about... ;)

There seems to be a majority voting for the crummy Chinese water picture
(that was the other time a photo of mine was used) :love:
 

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I have the rough draft of something. I'll tinker with it and see if I can at least get the misspellings taken care of. I promise the words do make sense.
 

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Two words sprang to mind when I viewed the picture. Just a pity about the copyright.

Edit: copyright on the two words. Not the image :)
 
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To paraphrase the bard, all the multiverses are a stage. No copyright on those words, after 400 years. Great picture, Alex.
 

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proscenium... Okay, I was in theater in high school, a little in college, and was even paid to play a part professionally (VERY NOMINAL!) and I had to look that word up. It is truly "posh."
 
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