WHAT PEGMAN SAW: FICTION PROMPT
This week, we had the liberty to choose any location/photo of St Petersburg, Russia. I was randomly dropping my pegman on the map. On the second try, i knew i would write on this location, i fell in love with it. So here we go....
WORD COUNT: 150
over fitting long boots, a new snow-white jacket, little Nidhi sprang and
spiraled through the expanse of snow. Just like a dream the roads were suddenly
full of snow when she woke up in the morning. When she took her first step in
snow, her legs were jammed in snow and she fell face down. She even skid some
distance unable to balance herself. But now she had mastered the skill.
“Appa, look! I
will make a big flower now..…. The biggest ever made on snow”, she exclaimed.
Her face beamed like the snow. At one point she almost camouflaged and
He was glad Nidhi
didn’t have to wait that long……
|Yusupov gardens, St Petersburg|
“Really? 40°C at this time of year! Unbelievable!” said Ian.
“In Chennai we have two seasons-hot and hotter”, Srinivas chuckled.
“And it’s her first time in snow?”
“It’s my first in 30 years!!”, exclaimed Srinivas.
PS: I felt snow for the first time when i was in 4th i think. And it was the first time for my parents as well. And in total i have been in snow only twice. In some way, I can relate to Nidhi when i think of it :)