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Creative Writing Prompts

Guest Author - Danielle Hollister

Try focusing on these photos to spark your creativity with the following questions as helpful prompts to propel your imagination into impressive writing...


Think about the following before you respond creatively to the photo.

  • How do the colors in the photo affect your emotions?

  • What does the lightning make you think about?

  • Do you feel that this a threatening storm or the beauty of nature?

  • Why does this create a positive or negative reaction?


Think about the following before you respond creatively to the photo.

  • Are the horses communicating with each other?

  • If so, what are they saying?

  • What do you believe we might think we hear them saying?

  • Does their position in the photo lead you to believe they are friends, relatives, new acquaintances, or enemies?

  • What makes you think this is a happy portrait vs. an unemotional photo of a field with two horses?


Think about the following before you respond creatively to the photo.

  • What does this photo make you think?

  • Is the bridge opening or closing?

  • What is the significance or meaning of your view of opening vs. closing?

  • Do you focus on the bridge or the background?



Think about the following before you respond creatively to the photo.

  • What are the dogs looking at from the window?

  • Are they thinking about the same thing?

  • Do they appear happily confined to the indoors or longing to be outside?

  • How do you feel when you see them staring out the window at you?


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