#FlashPIC 57 Winter Sky #writingprompt #amwriting

Looking up to the sky on the kind of winter’s day when you want to be outside, wrapped up warm, breathing the chill air deep into your lungs, can be uplifting. Experiment with capturing this feeling, write notes, take photographs, research the weather conditions, so you can use it for the setting for a future story.
This writing prompt is from the Writers’ BLOCKbusters series. writing prompt
Concentrate on writing about atmosphere, your perception of the day, the weather, how it makes you feel. This prompt is not about character or plot.
Describe the contrast of cold air in your lungs and warm sun on your face. The woolly hat on your head. The heavy boots on your feet. The tingle of frost on your cheeks. The need for sunglasses. What emotions do you feel? How do you see others react to the beautiful weather?
Think about how a winter’s day can look like a day in summer, except for the difference in temperature and the trees bare of leaves.
Explore all aspects of this winter’s day as the setting for a future short story.
© ‘Writers’ BLOCKbusters’ by Sandra Danby

Want more inspiration? Try these other FlashPICs:-
Union Jack & trees
Parking Suspension
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