Photo of the Week 2016 – Week 2

I heard a bang-bang-bang a couple of days ago and as I live on the second floor, it took me by surprise. I went to the kitchen, and saw this little thing “beaking” on the door. So I had to take a photo of him. This was through the door. If I had tried to open the door, he would have flown away or the cat would have launched himself at it.

2016 Week 2

Sunday Photo Fiction -Hidden Camera

I have been meaning to post this all week, but with one thing and another, I have not been able to. I want to post more often, but finding the time can be time consuming.

Anyway, if you want to have a go at Sunday Photo Fiction, it runs from Sunday 4am GMT to Sunday 4am GMT. You can past at any time during that time using the photo as a part of the prompt.

If you want to see what other people have written, then go have a peek-a-boo here.

137 01 January 3rd 2016

Gary smiled as he looked at his new “spliced-gadget”. He felt sure his wife brought in a lover every night whilst he worked, so he set up a motion sensor camera in a water speaker attached to the media player. When someone entered the room, the music would start playing, and the wide angle camera would capture everything that occurred in the room.

Setting the motion sensor, he carefully backed out the room so as not to set it off, and carefully closed the door. Tossing the control in the air, he caught it as it flipped and landed with a plap in the palm of his hand.

After an hour at work, Gary checked the monitor for the water speaker camera and it flickered to life. He smiled at his timing and watched as Hilary walked in and closed the door behind her. Gary was both relieved and slightly disappointed.

His wife looked around the room and started to unbutton her shirt, he grinned at the thought of what he was about to watch, and made himself comfortable. Hilary pulled on her necklace and her skin rippled, shrinking back revealing herself to be a somewhat different creature.

Gary screamed.