Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #75


FFFCWelcome to “Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge.”

The image below is from Google Hub Photo Frame.EB006804-9C87-410F-8D1F-D1F635DCAF37(For the visually challenged writer, the image shows a landscape with scattered fir trees growing on dirt and clay-covered hills)


Barren landscape, too few trees

No trace of life, human or animal

What have we done to this place

He thought as he took yet another picture

Perhaps it was time to go back to the roots

The technology was slowly killing the planet

Maybe it was the time to travel back to history




22 thoughts on “Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #75

    1. Thanks Carol. You’re absolutely right, it is much more important than most governments realize. I hope there are both positive changes in policies and our own behavior too.

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      1. One thing that bothers me a lot since we moved into this apt. building is that there is no recycling here. Everything gets tossed into the dumpsters, though we separate the pop cans etc. to take back to the depot – they don’t accept anything else and I have no room to store much. Everywhere else we have lived we recycled everything and some towns provided bins for compost material, which cut down on the amount of stuff going to landfill substantially.

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