Category Archives: Photo Fiction

Alastair’s Photo Fiction – Photo Op

  Do you think we will see it today? Could do, it’s the right sort of day. I hope so, we’ve come such a long way and I do want to go home with the photo, you said there’d be … Continue reading

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Alastairs Photo Fiction – Cast

Hey Ralph, you there. Yes. I’m sick of this page. I’ve read it 10,000 times. How do you think I feel, Sid, this sack is not getting any lighter and they put me in this dumb arse hat. I wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Alastairs Photo Fiction – Moments

What are you thinking? I was wondering if I’ll be brave enough. One day you will. But I’m running out of time. I can’t dilly-dally round forever. You have to be patient. I have this urge to do it sooner … Continue reading

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Alastairs Photo Fiction – The Letter Opener

Carstairs how many knives are there in the collection? Four Sir Four? Yes Sir, four. Carstairs, how many can you actually see? Three Sir. Three. You see the discrepancy? Yes Sir, one is missing. Well spotted Carstairs. I’m very astute … Continue reading

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Alastair’s Photo Fiction – It’s Time.

It’s time. Time? It’s time. Oh. I’ve thought I could go on a little longer. I knew this was likely to happen. It’s important now to act, for my own sake. You’re going in then? Yes. Returning? Maybe. I’m uncomfortable … Continue reading

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Alastairs Photo Fiction – A New Strategy

It had been another tough day for Paul. Sales were down and his future was looking bleak. Life for the humble ice cream vendor was a constant struggle. He was sitting with Miss Mary, the tattooist, who was also having … Continue reading

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Alastair’s Photo Fiction – Waste.

When my dad reached his eightieth birthday we decided to take him to the air show at the local aerodrome. We knew he had been a fighter pilot during the war but had rarely mentioned anything about his time as … Continue reading

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