San José el Huayate, Chiapas, Mexico

San José el Huayate, Chiapas, Mexico © Google Maps

Hope you brought your flip flops and a swimsuit, because this week Pegman takes us to San José el Huayate, Chiapas, Mexico on the shores of the Pacific. Here you’ll find some streetview to inspire you, or feel free to choose the picture I selected.

The rules for Pegman or simple–write poetry, fiction, essay or whatever the location inspires in you. The only requirement is to limit your piece to a maximum of 150 words.

To enjoy this week’s stories or to submit your own, visit the inLinkz button:

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For full guidelines and rules for the What Pegman Saw weekly writing prompt, visit the home page.

If you’d like to suggest a location to Pegman, I’d love to hear from you. Right now we are scouting locations for December.

Thanks for playing,


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13 Responses to San José el Huayate, Chiapas, Mexico

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  5. Lynn Love says:

    Reblogged this on Word Shamble and commented:
    What Pegman Saw is a writing prompt using Google Streetview and though it’s first published on a Saturday, the prompt is open through the week. So if you’re stuck for inspiration today, why not give it a try. And do pop to read the other stories on the Blue Frog while you’re there. Happy Writing!

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