Uitdaging: Fotowoorden December


En toen stond december voor de deur en waaide vervolgens zonder te kloppen door het raam naar binnen. Ik stond erbij en ik keek ernaar. Een nieuwe gretige maand. Hongerig naar een verse woordenoogst.

Geen woorden zonder beeldende begeleiding dus duik ik snel in mijn archieven en pik er voor de gelegenheid twee foto's uit. Mijn neefje is dit keer de gelukkige.

Hoe werkt het het?

Aan het begin van elke maand plaats ik een foto. Aan jullie de taak om er woorden bij te bedenken. Een gedicht of verhaal of wat je er nog meer bij kan verzinnen. Er is geen maximaal aantal woorden, leef je lekker uit!
Deze feestmaand dus twee foto's om uit te kiezen. Allebei tegelijk kan ook. Net waar je zin in hebt.

Doe je mee? Gebruik dan als tag: Fotowoorden December 2018 en plaats de link naar je bijdrage hieronder in de reacties. Succes!

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