Roadside stops at alluring views often lead to interesting observations and potentially creative ideas.
Each week Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about.
This week it’s artistic fiction (truly fictional – only the names are factual. I have taken total artistic license with this one).
“Pull over, Andrew.”
The Ford V-8 Coupe’s tires slowly crunched the gravel roadside. The year was 1948.
“Look at the colors in the grass, the starkness of that old silo and that transmission tower.”
Andrew nodded. “Desolate.”
“And the barbed wire distances you, but from what? What could they be keeping you away from?”
“I visualize an arm reaching out for help.”
“But no one’s there. No one to hear you, or see you.”
“I think I’ll paint that scene when we get back to Cushing.”
Christina smiled. She loved being a part of Andrew Wyeth’s world.
Please feel free to click on the blue links in the piece to reference Wikipedia for both Anna Christina Olson and Andrew Wyeth.