Our next prompt for Photogene is here! It’s from Sara Hess.
1. Take a long look at this fantastic photo (how could you not?). Let the colors, the destruction, the promise, burn themselves into your retinas until you have no choice but to write it all away.
2. Write no more than 500 words of fiction, nonfiction, or poetry that have been inspired by the photo.
3. Submit your piece here. It’s free!
The winner will be posted on the site and drink to their success from our new prize:
The contest closes in three weeks on Wednesday, December 5.
And don’t forget, we’re always accepting art/photography to serve as the next round’s prompt. The winner also gets a mug! Go here for more details.
Now, please, devastate us!
About the Artist
Sara Hess is a photographer living in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and earned her BA in Photography from Millersville University. She is a fan of surrealism and is inspired by anything considered unusual, strange, or antique. She finds beauty in decay and the abandoned, and her photography is the result of the juxtaposition of those things in nature. More of her work can be found on her website or purchased here.