Inspired by a question about why a certain flower has five petals, this week’s challenge was born: mystery. The responses have been varied and all equally intriguing proving that life continues to be full of mystery.
I started us off with a tale about a suspicious death in the family, pre-dating my existence. Like any good family story, it remains unsolved, and I’m thinking it would make a good premise for a book one day.
Proscenium introduced a mysterious, hidden property, walled off by barbed wire fences. If you haven’t already read it, click on the link to check it out. I love speculating about mysterious properties.
Stuff and what if… reminded us how the photographic lens can be a tool for uncovering the magical. Like me, Olga likes to play with the original image, discovering what more there is to reveal.
Sgeoil invited us into the realm of the paranormal with a tale of “The Green Room”. I’m thinking this subject could be a prompt on its own. I’ll tuck it away for later.
I finished up the week with the greatest mystery of all: what happens after death. “The Final Mystery” ponders this question.
Thanks to all who participated this week, and as always, the challenges will remain open for those who want to jump in later.
Come back tomorrow for V.J.’s next challenge.