Category Archives: SCPP

Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt #83 – Washout

When I was a kid the town of Washout was a thriving commercial place. The forestry used the railway as a means of transporting the logs to the mills on the coast. But with the forests decimated over the years … Continue reading

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The Scribe’s Cave – Abandoned Places

When grandmother retired she shocked everyone by taking up the lease on her great grandfathers abandoned island. All that remained was a rickety jetty from the south bank out to the island, which always looked as if a high tide … Continue reading

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt #76 A Night In Upper Slobobia

As far as accommodation went it was the most miserable of places. The torn curtains I could stomach but the mildew on the walls and floor was hard to get past. I kept thinking of the millions of microbes working … Continue reading

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt #70 – Natural Wonder

It was a shame the Acme Plastic Plate Company went out of business. After all the latest building to use their high tensile plates were now standing looking somewhat desolate in a state of non completion. Along with their demise … Continue reading

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt #69 – The Bods

Igor and Svetlana Netface were the only guards on duty in the square. The last people to inhabit the place were the Bods. A curious folk all with the same first names and only distinguishable by their unique surnames. Within … Continue reading

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt #62: – Lenny

Image: c.1855-1860. one of the first surgical procedures using ether as an anesthetic Its true boss he’s lyin’. You sure he knows? Oh he knows boss. How can you be sure? He’s got a map. How do you know it’s … Continue reading

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Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt #61 – Uncle Brewster

Image: radiology nurse technician, WW1 France 1918 Uncle Brewster was the first man to play with the idea of full body armour for the local constabulary. In his day in the wilds of colonial Australia it was common for the … Continue reading

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