Pico Duarte, Dominican Republic

Pico Duarte, Haiti © David Pineda, Google Maps

This week Pegman takes us to Haiti’s neighbor, the Dominican Republic, in the central Caribbean. Feel free to use the crazy capture I posted, or find your own photo sphere anywhere within the country’s borders.

Your assignment is to produce 150 words (or less) inspired by this week’s location. Will it be fiction? Essay? Poetry? The only limit is your imagination. After you’ve polished your piece, you can share it with other participants at the link up:

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Reading and commenting on others’ stories is part of the fun!

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  3. Shandra Lee says:

    Stopping by from #FridayFictioneers. Thanks!

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