Tag Archives: weekly writing prompts

The Baths, British Virgin Islands

I don’t know what it’s like where you’re at, but where I am, it’s fifty degrees of miserable. That would be fifty degrees below miserable. Iowa has been enduring an barrage of frigid temps and freezing precipitation. I’ve lost track … Continue reading

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Manhattan Island

Welcome to What Pegman Saw, a 150-word weekly writing prompt inspired by the photos found on Google Maps. Yep, that’s really a picture of Manhattan.  Inwood Park, at the very tip of the island, is one of the few places … Continue reading

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This week Pegman is in Europe, in the country of Estonia. I confess to knowing very little about Estonia…Actually, I know nothing about Estonia. I look forward to reading everyone’s take. Your mission is to write up to 150 words … Continue reading

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Radium Springs, GA

Welcome to Pegman, where you let Google’s little yellow dude do the inspiring. This week we visit the sleepy Georgia town of Radium Springs. Your assignment, should you choose to accept it, will be to write up to 150 words … Continue reading

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Mumbai, India

Welcome to Pegman where each week Pegman (the little yellow icon from Google Maps) takes us to a different location. This week we visit India’s largest city, Mumbai. Your mission is to write up to 150 words inspired by the … Continue reading

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St. Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha

History lovers and fantasy writers, you are in for a treat. This week’s location blew my mind when I landed there. This week Pegman takes us to British Overseas Territory St. Helena. Here you’ll find an otherworldly landscape and a … Continue reading

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Harare, Zimbabwe

When I was little, I used to daydream I could buzz all over the world, hovering low enough over the landscape to see everything, but not so low I’d have to deal with the hassle of street lights and traffic. … Continue reading

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