You know the drill - choose one of the pictures and write about it. Probably best to make some notes on what you see in the picture - that makes you really look at it. Then think about what the person/people are thinking and feeling: what led up to the situation in the picture, what might follow? Or the one with the window might inspire you to remember a holiday - always good at the moment to take us somewhere else for a while!
What's it about?
Saturday, 6 March 2021
Jewellery. It's been important to us for many thousands of years: I was watching Janina Ramirez's Raiders of the Lost Past last night, and it featured the skeleton of a child, discovered in the foundations of a five thousand year-old city in Turkey; round her wrists were two little bracelets made of beads.
I'm sure you have a collection, large or small. Choose one piece, describe it, and write about it - how you acquired it, what it means to you, what memories attach to it.
Or, if you'd rather, write a story that centres on a piece of jewellery.
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