What’s The Prompt: One of the Day, Two of the Night

K'lee and Dale's Cosmic Photo Challenge, prompt challenge, creating a challenge

… dreaming of a new prompt…oh, I got it!

Wakey,wakey, eggs and- ah, nevermind…

I will continue with a hearty welcome to another Friday (for many parts of the world as you read these words). For many, it’s the end of the work week and the beginning of something resembling the weekend where you get some time off for good behavior and for having worked so hard… um, all week!

As many of you know, it’s also time for the weekly, ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’. (insert a couple of trumpets, bassoons, taiko drums… if you want)

With my buddy Dale giving us the excellent ‘Into the Light’ prompt last Friday, I knew I needed to come up with something equally enticing for you guys and gals to think about over the next few days.

I believe I’ve got a good one, and it’s called:

One of the Day, Two of the Night

Yes, I know what you’re thinking… no, really I do! You’re thinking, ‘what does he mean by that?’ Well, if you were asking me that question this very minute, I would say, “Dale and I always allow you to define the prompt ANY WAY you like.’ I will say with this one, I hope those of you giving the challenge a go will create three images- one of the day, two of the night. That is the only rule I’m going DEMAND… no, suggest is the better word. You still have all kinds of day and night possibilities available to wrap your creative brain parts around!

Two reminders:

You’ve got all weekend to plot and scheme your answer to this prompt, so don’t feel like you have to hammer it out now (you can though!). Secondly, if you’ve never joined us for the ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’, here’s how ya do it:

Create that amazing post you thought up just now. All that https-stuff at the top of your post’s page? That’s the post’s address or URL, if you highlight it then right click on it, you’ll have the option to copy it. Do that, then leave a comment on either this post or the post Dale offers up on his sight with a similar title on Monday. We call what you just did a ‘pingback’. It lets other people including myself and Dale find your post and marvel at your creative genius. Lastly, in the tag section of your post, add our world-famous tag: #CosPhoChal, hit the publish button and … you’re done!

Happy weekend to you all!

K’lee L. © 2016



14 thoughts on “What’s The Prompt: One of the Day, Two of the Night

  1. That kind of remind me of those sculptures on Embarcadero a few years ago. Looked like it was made out of rebar or copper. There was a mother about 20ft tall and a daughter about 15 ft tall east of the ferry building

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    1. I’m trying to remember that one! Gotta hand it to the city’s arts council or whoever okays the outdoor artwork, they always choose pieces that get folks talking. This one is directly across the street from the small park behind the Metreon complex on Fourth Street. The first time I saw it, I must have stood smiling for a few minutes because it’s also right around the corner from the African Diaspora Museum. I’m pretty sure it’s still there, staring at the sky daydreaming.

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        1. Lol! Now, that wall just popped right into my head! That is a great piece of artwork. This reclining sculpture is easy to miss, especially when it’s cloudy. It kind of becomes invisible because of the color of the metal. Hint: it’s near the sundial. I’m deep into writing a book involving a sister who runs a gallery in San Francisco, when the African Gods come calling…

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          1. It’s coming, brother. No doubt. I tell you, the hardest part of writing this book is processing how much data continually comes to me from the characters. Writing about African gods and goddesses has opened a gate in my mind that makes me want to just keep digging! Who knows, I’m almost two hundred pages in and I’m getting the sense one book won’t suffice! I know I’m ready to take on others…

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