Palace of Versailles, France

Palace of Versailles, France © Google Maps

This week Pegman turns us loose in Versailles. You can find streetview and an abundance of photospheres at this location. Feel free to find something inside or outside and snag a view that inspires you.

Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to write 150 words inspired by the prompt. To enjoy this week’s stories or to submit your own, visit the inLinkz button:

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For 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.

Thanks for playing,

-Karen

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About k rawson

YA author, freelance writer, technoligista, mom
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12 Responses to Palace of Versailles, France

  1. Jelli says:

    Oh, that’s cruel… a maze where you can’t go anywhere. grr…. Then again, it does lend to tales and innuendos. off to google location for pics.

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  3. James says:

    I had a lot of fun teasing the French this morning.

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  7. Lynn Love says:

    Reblogged this on Word Shamble and commented:
    This week, Pegman takes us to the Palace of Versailles in France, once home to kings and queens, now a tourist attraction earning money for a republic. If Louis IV could see the place now … Do join in and visit the site to read the other tales.

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  9. lisarey1990 says:

    Just putting my piece up here:

    https://culturevultureexpress.wordpress.com/2017/12/13/for-friday-fictioneers-writing-prompt-waiting/

    I got a bit mixed up on where the writing prompt was from. Sorry about that. And thanks very much for a very interesting prompt. 🙂

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