PHOTO PROMPT © Anshu Bhojnagarwala
Walking down the street, the Piano merchant stopped and stared appalled.
A grand piano stood there, looking forlorn and in danger of falling apart. Someone had filled it with soil and various plants, mainly daisies and lavender.
It broke his heart to see this once impressive instrument that must have produced fine music, invoking a wonderful spirit of harmony and beauty, reduced to being a plant pot.
Moving closer, he saw above the keys what he knew would be there, the name ‘Erard’. It was on a Piano such as this that the great Beethoven and Liszt once played.
This story was written for the Friday Fictioneers Challenge hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. If you’d like to take part, please click on the link below to see her post:
15 March 2019
I have also incorporated the following word prompts:
Today’s prompt: merchant, danger, lavender
For ages I have wanted to post multiple pictures in a post and I have only been able to show one featured image.
Thank fully I received some simple instructions that I could understand and finally here is a post with multiple pictures.
I would like to thank
For helping me.
Also I want to tag Shelley who I promised to show some pictures of my garden.
You can tell I am very fond of Lavender. Most of my plants are bee friendly and I’m proud to say I have lots of honey bees and bumble bees in there. Also lots of butterflies.
And these are my four hens.
The White one is called Angelica and the Brown one is called Adelaide.
I’ve had these just over a year and they are quiet, lovely hens and they lay almost every day.
The Black hen is called Maggie, short for Lady Margaret and the speckled hen on the right is Esmerelda. These two are new, I only got them 2 weeks ago and they are still settling in.
So, I hope you like my pictures. 🙂
This is a picture of my garden taken two years ago.
I will post up a more up to date photo as soon as I download my camera.
This picture also doesn’t have any chickens in it.
That is highly unusual because my hens seem to love the limelight.
As soon as the camera comes out, they (the hens) are posing more brazenly than a second rate celebrity on the make.
They also like to stare into the lens with an intensity that is quite unnerving.
I wonder sometimes if they know what I’m doing. They almost seem to be saying
“Ok Mr. De Mille, I’m ready for my close-up”.
So Hen pictures coming up and more garden pictures…..
Hope you like this one. (I can’t seem to be able to upload more than one photo per post….If you know how I can achieve that, please let me know).