Writing Prompts: What Pegman Saw

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What Pegman Saw is a great writing prompt, unique as far as I’m aware in that it uses Google Street View as a starting point.

The curators (Josh and Karen) suggest a venue each week but it’s up to the individual to choose a specific image to use as inspiration.

Why not give it a go here.

Today Pegman hitches up his camel for a trip deep into the Saudi Arabian desert, an oasis known as Wadi ad-Dawasir. There is no street view, but more than a few photospheres. Feel free to wander until you find something that appeals to you, then write up to 150 words about it. Sharing, reading, and commenting is the meat of a photo prompt, so please participate. If you enjoy yourself, please encourage others to join this community.

4 thoughts on “Writing Prompts: What Pegman Saw

    1. I know – time is the thing we all struggle with isn’t it? My blogging time is shrinking and shrinking. Still have to fit in ‘my’ writing too. How your writing’s going well – you seem very prolific

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