- Second Place in Cursed Images Challenge
I’ve always been passionate about photography. Especially black and white darkroom photography. There’s something intriguing about the way film catches a moment in time, and then everything keeps moving. Photography wasn’t always so readily available. Nowadays everybody has their hands on a way to take photos, but in high school when all I had was a flip phone, I enjoyed using analog film.
A Stranger in Kentucky
The hazy winter sky of Winston blushed, as the sun set. Winston was a small unincorporated community smack-dab in the middle of Kentucky, where nothing much happened at all. Decrepit farms littered the margins, and at the town’s center stood a baptist church, with a cemetery in the back. There was also a gas station, a small grocery store, and a burger joint. If you needed something else, you had to go to Lexington.
The Tale of the Mirror
"I didn't even want to come to this party Hannah, why did I let you convince me it was a good idea." Jane said, giving her friend a playful shove.
Picnic at Lover's Lake
Desire leaves you hungry, and I was starving for a blockbuster summer romance. I had just turned seventeen, school started in two weeks, and nothing at all had happened this summer. I mean Jamie and I had seen Friday the 13th a billion times at the movie theatre. I did go to summer camp at the YMCA, and dad rented a beach house for my birthday.
Beyond the Veil
It always starts the same, the beginning is the end. This time, I’m standing in a subway station. Everything is still and muted, unlike the subway I’m used to. I look around, my suspicions confirmed, I am completely alone.